We’ve got quite a few photos for this week – that’s because we happen to have this week represented in almost every year of the Whistler Question Collection!
Kayakers are dwarfed by the Daisy Lake Dam.
Werner Furrer (third place K1) explodes over waves, heading for gate 28.
The finished product – a distinctive Zurbrugg chalet.
First the chasm over the river…
… then the stringers.
Asphalt oil heater is lifted off a lowbed at Malloch & Mosley on Friday as Doug Muir looks on.
The new municipal waterworks tank above the Town Centre.
FIRE on Blackcomb! The scene from Alpine Meadows at 11:30 pm on Sunday.
The Whistler Volunteer Firemen practice – John Howells up a ladder.
Architect’s drawing of the new Whistler Tri-Service Building.
Parcel 16 will have a clock tower rising from the right hand side and will feature retail outlets on the first floor and residential on the second.
Most work in town centre is construction but some is destruction. These two workers pound away at steel-reinforced concrete. A day long job for sure.
The giant twin-propellor Canadian Forces Rescue helicopter used to help rescue crews get to the crash site of a small plane on Whistler Mountain.
Roof gone and the rest going, this old mill is deteriorating along the Green River north of Whistler. Only ghosts and rodents inhabit it now.
Whistler Village parking! Wagon misses the parking lot on Wednesday evening, ending up in the newly landscaped garden.
Herb and Jean Hepburn of Okanagan Produce, Vernon, managed to get in a few fruit sales before being asked to leave by municipal authorities.
Bob Dawson and Neil Mawdsley unsuccessfully try to get a fly ball.
Chris Green, Laura d’Artois and J.G. Luckhurst at the Fireplace Inn opening party.
And here he is! The mysterious Mr B.A. Bell of Whistler slowly unpeels his talent – much to the giggles and appreciation of his audience at the first Jock Contest held at Mountain House, July 20. With competition from Fast Eddie and Schultz, things looked mighty tough – but then Peter Lamare took the floor and the $100 first prize.
Annette Ducharma, accompanied by Jamie Boyd, strummed out many a fine tune at JB’s July 16 – 20 while Betsy Chaba took a temporary leave to entertain folks at the Folk Festival in Vancouver.
Crews replace railroad crossing on the highway by the Whistler Industrial Park.
Workers repair damage done to the Lillooet bridge, which received unwanted alterations Tuesday from a truck too tall for a bridge too small.
Hanging high, window washers polish up the Delta Mountain Inn for its July 23rd opening.
Rotarians enjoy their Bravery Luncheon July 16. They were guests of Delta Mountain Inn, which was giving its Twigs Restaurant staff a taste of the dining room in action.
Virginia Meachin enjoys an early morning cup of java with two hikers who joined her Saturday hike down Whistler Mountain.
Whistlerites enjoy some of the gourmet treats served by the Gourmet, which recently completed its patio eating area outside of the Rainbow building in Sunshine Place.
Halt! A barrier blocks the drive of an Alpine Meadows residence after the ditching crew passed by.
Fresh off the assembly line is the Municipality’s 4×4 multi-purpose truck. Among other chores the vehicle will tackle the job of plowing Whistler streets this winter.
Sunny skies and the colourful show put on by the Estonian Folk Dancers of Vancouver brightened up the Whistler Village Sunday, July 17.
Paul Gibson of Selkirk Cable Vision turns a final screw to get Alpine Meadows booked into Whistler Cable Television’s system. Besides six channels, subscribers can now enjoy a host of FM radio stations.
When weekend temperatures soared to the mid-20s, sun worshippers who had been denied their pleasure for nearly six weeks flocked to Lost Lake like the swallows to Capistrano. The new forecast, after four days of sun? Get out the ark, and don’t ask again.
Thuy Read admires a shirt from Whistler Tops in her role asa shopper in “Getaway to Whistler”, a promotional film being made by Curtis Petersen of Petersen Productions.
You put your knees up and you toss the cool drinks down when the sun comes out at Whistler. Temperatures climbed as high as 30.4 C in the past week. Even at the Toni Sailer Ski Camp there were hot times. On Monday at noon the temperature at Midstation on Whistler Mountain was 21 C.
Despite their best efforts, Stoney’s lost 14-1 to the Suds squad.
It was the annual Rotary Installment last Wednesday at Sid Young’s house in Alpine Meadows overlooking 19 Mile Creek. Rotarians and guests were feted with steak prepared by Rudi Hoffmann and lobster, flown in from Nova Scotia, boiled by Ted Nebbeling. District Governor Ralph Crawford also installed Sid Young as the service organization’s new president, taking over from Geoff Pearce. As well, Floyd Eclair becomes vice-president, Doug Fox secretary, Nick DiLalla sergeant-at-arms, Walter Zebrowski treasurer, Arv Pellegrin club service director, Brian Brown youth and international service director and Jon Paine vocation service director.