Richenda Grafton posted this to Sea To Sky Road Conditions on June 17 at 7:34am, and I was struck by her positive tone, despite the massive frustration driving the post. I have been in a hurry for years, so I am sympathetic to that crazed adrenalized feeling of wanting to get where you're going, get stuff done, get back, … Continue reading Take the heat out of summer traffic and slow ‘er down. Even when school’s out, the 30km/hr limit still applies in downtown Pemberton and Mount Currie.
The Canada Day Spud Run is ten kilometres long but in my mind I covered several hundred. Our course marshal led us across the highway to the start and already my thoughts began roaming as they took me back to a few early mornings running various trails behind this same woman. As we rounded the corner at … Continue reading Spud Run Rambles
Katrina Onstad hates brunch. The Toronto-based journalist finds it to be a colossal time-waster, although she phrases it more delicately. “I’m a little ambivalent about it. I have had some really nice brunches. But the culture around it? And lining up? No. I hate it. It pushes you into a consumptive mode, and consumption is … Continue reading You don’t have time to volunteer, so maybe you should
Better at Home, a United Way managed program helping seniors remain independent, will be in Pemberton and Mount Currie in September to share findings on what the community is learning about local seniors' needs and priorities. Attend a community forum to provide valuable feedback and input to help shape the programs in each community. Pemberton … Continue reading Better at Home – Community Forums