- January 26, 1984
Parte deWhistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to putting on ski boots; art; skiing; tennis; portraits; Whistler Mountain World Downhill course; railway tracks; Brandywine Falls; sledding; Ego Bowl; Canadian-American Fire and Police Winter Carnival; Dusty's
Appears in January 26, 1984 issue:
02-371-54. Pg. 1. Caption: After a spell of cold weather, Brandywine Falls was surrounded by icicles and ice last Friday. After a hike made difficult by hard, crusty snow, the beauty of the falls in Brandywine Provincial Park is well worth the visit.
02-371-14. Pg. 6. Caption: Eric Munis gets a helping hand from his dad, Larry, near Whistler's Village lifts Sunday. Eric, 5, said the skiing was "fine". Dad and son headed home to Oak Harbor, Washington after four days of skiing here in Whistler.
02-371-10. Pg. 7. Caption: With more than 26 cm of snow covering the valley Sunday morning, Whistler breathed a sigh of relief at the first major snowfall of the year. Skiers were schussing down into the village and one was even taking a rest from the day's activities in front of Carlton Lodge.
02-371-34. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Al McElwee, Tow Truck Driver, Emerald Estates.
02-371-33. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Nell Den Duff, Housewife, White Gold.
02-371-31. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Pam Adams, Housewife, Alta Vista.
02-371-6. Pg. 9. Caption: My studio is an old converted power station. It's all that's left of Woodcock, B.C., a deserted northwestern railroad town. Living there in the middle of the Coast Mountains is quite a contrast to growing up in Windsor and Detroit, where I watched the city consume the landscape. The writer is Carl Chaplin, a commercial artist cum visionary artist who flirts with imagery of nature as much as imagery of the apocalypse. He insists that a nuclear holocaust will destroy the world as we know it within two years. He also insist the powers of nature and imagination. His work is currently on display at Whistler Art Gallery in the Wedgeview Building (till Jan. 29), and the lobbies of Crystal Lodge and The Keg.
02-371-12. Pg. 11. Caption: Salomon Canada Representative Stuart Rempel tries out one of his firm's new SX91 ski boots on Gael booth, co-owner of Abominable Sports on Georgia with her husband Ron. Salomon was in town earlier this week displaying its 1984 models.
02-371-76. Pg. 14. Caption: More than 60 skiers took part in the first Super Molstar race of the year on Whistler Mountain's Ego Bowl Saturday. Two more races are planned for the season on Feb. 18 and March 4. The unique race regulations ensures that all competitors, no matter what skill level, have a chance to win.