Wednesday April 16, 2014


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Grateful for Stu’s Stroll


Dear Editor,

Whistler is a wonderful place to live and Stu Sjolies makes it even more wonderful.

Stu is the mechanic at Nicklaus North Golf Course and under his own initiative has been grooming the service trail along Fairways 1 and 2 and then the cart paths on Fairways 14 and 15 for walkers, dogs and snowshoers. 

He has designed the groomer that he pulls with his own snowmobile. He does this so that he and anyone else can walk their dogs on a groomed trail, but not disturb the trails around the golf course that are part of the Lost Lake Trails. 

"Stu's Stroll" makes it easy to connect with the Valley Trail by the Clubhouse or at Nick North Blvd to cross the highway.  

We would like to thank Stu for taking on this endeavour and also to thank Nicklaus North Golf Course for allowing the trails on Fairways 14 and 15 to be open for non-skiers.

Maureen and John Richmond and Dickens, Eddie and Chainsaw




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