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Old 01-01-2003, 04:56 PM
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Am I the only one from this area on the board?
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Old 01-02-2003, 01:48 AM
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Ahhh, good ol' Castlebush...

I grew up in Nakusp, just a few hours from you. I've since relocated to Edmonton, But I sure do miss the mountains. Great fishing over there, plus trails for 4 wheeling, snowmobiling... man, almost time for a roadtrip!

Nice to hear from someone near my old stompin' grounds.
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i'm in vancouver; but spent lots of time in nelson......favourite part of the province. i'm due for a ski trip to whitewater, red mountain, etc..

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Any of you guys ever go to the Drive-in or Movie Theatre in Trail?


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Ya I have taken the girlfriend there a few times. But I always seem to miss the movies!
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Not Castlegar but close. I work in Revelstoke but live 50 mile west in Sicamous, the houseboat capital of Canada. What doe you need to know?

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Stevie my brother in law lives in Sicamous. His name is Justin. He works at WaterWays. Know him?
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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 06-Jan-03 AT 00:38 AM (EST)]I may. Need a last name tho. Waterways has a lot of people working for them. So does Twin Anchors and Three buoys. I have lived here 30 years but the population has boomed lately and it seems like I know no-one any more.
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His last name is Starkie.

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>Not Castlegar but close. I work in Revelstoke but live 50
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Not asking about the area , just curious to see if there is anyone I would know in real life here
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Hey, sorry, but I don't know him. Like I said, there are a lot of new faces here and in the summer, wow! population goes up by X10 !!!Al those house boaters, boat loads of nurses!!! Oops, here comes my wife....
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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 09-Jan-03 AT 00:54 AM (EST)]Hey! Every year there are boat loads of par-taying nurses! I have seen numbers of them over the years, most of the time NEKKID! Them , not me, LOL. There are also other groups of young ladies who rent house boats and weather permitting, go au-natural. Life is sweet! oh crap, the wife again....
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I live in Victoria but I love it up there too. The sad part is we lost our drive in movie theatre for a big ugly shopping mall.

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