The view of Creekside for those skiing down Whistler Mountain.
Not quite a parking lot – the view of Whistler Peak for those enjoying the sun at the Roundhouse this spring.
Resort Centre excavation lies gaping in front of packages 3, 4 and 5. This massive crater will be back filled to provide a solid foundation.
The bumps of the Whistler Pro-Am race held March 26.
The Resort Centre gears up for the summer – complete with H. Haebler’s sign on it.
The 90 members of the Squamish Youth Chorale as they performed ‘The Witness’ at the Myrtle Philip School.
A competitor exhibits fine style doing a spread-eagle during the freestyle aerials.
The first pour of the Mountain Inn slabs that was done on March 30.
Stevenson’s Mountain Inn crew takes a break – (from left to right rear) Al Frumento (foreman), Dave Nickerson, Angelo Formolo (foreman), Sisto Marini, Don Shaw, Angelo Seopazzo and Gerhard Klein (superintendent). Seated are Marcel Richoz and Jim Crichton.
Tongue in cheek signs at Garibaldi – Alpine Lodge signs Northbound (l) and Southbound (r).
Ukranian Easter egg dyeing (Psanky) underway at noon hour at the Myrtle Philip School under the direction of Mrs. Epplett.
Bookworms Unite! Take a peek at Ted Nebbeling and Jan Holberg’s new bookstore in Forget-Me-Nots. With a great selection of both classics, best-sellers and magazines, there’s definitely something that will catch your eye.
Tethered to his instructor, this skier practices a hard left turn.
Todd Brooker and Dave Murray take a shot at the Yukon Jack Challenge course.
The waiters’ race (an obstacle course with trays).
Furred and feathered mascots enjoy a little get together.
Up and coming Crazy Canuck Todd Brooker talks skiing with local aficionado Dave Roberts while John (J.C.) Colpitts sizes up the champ’s feet for Super Feet foot beds at The Downhill Shop on Thursday, March 24 during Brooker’s ski vacation here.
Anthony Brummet, BC’s Minister of Lands, Parks & Housing announced March 25 that $9 million will be made available to complete Whistler Village Facilities.
Ross Dinwoodie, a lineman with the Squamish office of BC Hydro shows Myrtle Philip School children how to avoid some shocking experiences during a demonstration last Wednesday.
Const. Rene Defosse, the newest addition to Whistler’s RCMP detachment gets ready for his line of duty in this resort town. Const. Defuse replaces Const. Gadabout who was transferred to Ottawa.
Spring brings the rehabilitation of the Whistler Golf Course to prepare for the seasons ahead.
Bev Wylie shows off the new equipment in the medical clinic.
Keeping the roads clearly marked requires signs and stencils.