- February 7, 1985
Parte deWhistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; ski gear; Fire Dept.; cross-country skiing; shoveling; Keg Challenge
Appears in February 7 , 1985 issue:
02-379-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Ken Domries (right) shows Paul Grilles (Middle) and Glen Mitchell how to operate the Whistler Volunteer Fire Department's ladder truck.
02-379-25. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The $20,000 LTI pumps out 4,500 litres a minute of water and is usually operated by a five-man crew
02-379-42. Pg. 6. Caption: Benno Jaeger, from Benno's Cross-Country Ski World, teach as group of beginners the fundamentals of cross-country skiing Saturday in the old playing field adjacent Myrtle Philip School. Cross-country ski lessons are available seven days a week from Benno's. Jaeger is also planning a mixed cross-country relay race from Sunday, Feb. 17 on the soccer field. There will be no charge for the event which will feature men and women competing in a fun event against each other.
02-379-66. Pg. 16. Caption: Doug Sack portrait.
02-379-7. Pg. 20. Caption: Grand prize winner, Paul Burrows (right), receive his pair of Blizzard Quattro skis from Nigel Woods, president of Coastal Mountain.
02-379-62. Pg. 24. Caption: Nick Leuchte, Macaulay Nicolls Maitland International.
02-379-48. Pg. 28. Caption: [left] Corporate Cup participants showed their creativity Saturday in the snow sculpture competition held on the Myrtle Philip School playing field. (Left) The team from Envirocon placed first in the snow sculpture with their version of a Kelt in a Mug.
02-379-57. Pg. 28. Caption: [right] Paper Dolls from Pacific Press sneaked into third with their version of a Nude in a Bathtub.
02-379-14. Pg. 29. Caption: Corporate Cup teams ran, hopped, slide and jumped through an obstacle course wearing snowshoes Saturday in Myrtle Philip School.
02-379-11. Pg. 30. Caption: [left] Max Wing, Skier, Club Cabins.
02-379-4. Pg. 30. Caption: [middle] Delmar Page, Bartender, Function Junction.
02-379-31. Pg. 30. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Mountain day skiers stand in line Saturday for refunds after the power to the north side lift system went out of commission. Inconvenienced skiers were given refunds, food vouchers, and hot drinks while the mountain's staff coaxed the lifts into operation again.