Photo Provided by Rossland Tourism | Photographer: Dave Heath The headlines today from business websites paint a difficult road ahead for Canada, and perhaps the world, from an economic standpoint. The Canadian dollar reaches a 12 year low at 70 cents and change. Some top analyst have the cdn dollar going to 60 cents and
I’ve heard folks say that the family that skis together stays together. For as long as I can remember we have been a family that skis together. Growing up in fruitvale BC, there was never a shortage of outdoor activities. From hiking to biking to swimming and camping there was always much to do and
I have created a video about my last time in Rossland and desire to go back. Please enjoy (this is literally my first attempt at making a movie, forgive the bad acting, directing, writing, editing etc…): Rossland contest from Kevin Thompson on Vimeo. A sort summary; while looking for a destination for our annual snowboard
In and around 1954 I lived in Warfield and my friend Al and I would hitchhike to the golf course to caddy. Sometimes we would be dropped at the road to the golf course and walk down. At that time there was a Chinese man who garden and sold his vegetables in Rossland, and Warfield.
So the first time I ever played golf in Rossland was as a young teen spending one of many summers visiting my cousins and hanging out in what eventually became my home for 12 years later in life. My cousins from Trail brought me up the hill one summer day and golf at Rossland course
My story is about how my wife and I met and how Rossland brought us together. My tennis career was coming to an end and I moved from the Bahamas to Lakelouise. I then moved to Invermere (loved skiing/golf ,camping and biking.) My friend and now biz partner was living there but moving to Trail.
I love to play golf at Redstone. It truly is a dynamic course as the early morning drew slows your putt giving way to afternoon of very fast greens. Every year i play golf on June 2. The last 5 years have been endless rain. For my brave friends and the staff of Redstone have
Family Business in The Kootenay’s Hello everyone, my name is Christine Coombes and I would like to tell everyone my family’s story of being entrepreneurs and living in The Kootenays. I currently help run my family’s business, The Warfield Fas Gas with my sister Margaret Ann and my parents Bill and Margaret Herd. Our story
About 10 yrs. ago, my family and I met a real character…. Scott Dougan, a sheet metal worker from Van. Island who was working on the Red Mt. Condo construction project and other projects in the area. “Doogie”, as we affectionately called him, was here for the whole summer and, being an avid golfer, played
My story is quite simple. I was born in Rossland and grew up there until our parents had the audacity to move to Vancouver; wrenching us along with them. Two months after graduating from school I was back in town working at cominco. I worked the shifts in order to get more skiing done. During