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Winter / Spring 2000/01 Issue
Don Sharp and family enjoy their move to the Comox Valley. In fact, the kids think they are on a permanent holiday!
Vancouver Island Marmots make their home at Mt.Washington.
Rick Gibson was so excited about the “new look” he decided to finally update his photo. (It’s not Rick and his uncle!)
Mt.Washington Resort solidified its reputation as a year-round destination with a successful summer season.
I’m looking forward to 2001. It’s been a while since I saw the movie but I’m looking forward to it anyway. I even looked forward to 1984 but nothing untoward happened that year either. Oh sure we had the real-life
Big Brother, cause let’s face it, “a rose by any other name…”. I had more hair and was many pounds lighter. I’ve come a long way since then. I’m sure most of you have to.
Jackie Crabseth first skied with Herb Bradley and the Vancouver Island Skiing for the Disabled Society 20 years ago. The Campbell River ski racer, now 31, had been skiing since she was seven years old, and competes in downhill, slalom and Super G races.
Mt.Washington’s newest lodge, which will be the base for the ski resort’s west side expansion, now stands sentinel over the snowy alpine meadows at the mouth of Paradise Meadows.
Food service at Mt. Washington took on a new look in a variety of ways, when the 2000-01 ski season got underway.
Cohesiveness. It’s a word that’s been bandied about Mt.Washington Resort for many months, as the management team works on both an improved village concept and expansion of 600 acres to the west.