Monday, January 17, 2005
Lake Louise Winterstart - 2000 through 2004
A group of workers prepare to place some B-net. It's the end of a long day. Let's get it up and go home!
A pole and net cache
Cookie Monsters! Tying down an A-net base line with plywood cookies. Many hands make short work.
Drilling holes for cookies.
Peter really enjoys this!
The fine art of tying cookies. It helps to have good circulation.
November 2004. The Platter Base Willy Bag production centre run by Karl, Mary, Bruce, Dave, Christian, George, Lockie, Brian and many others.
There are never enough Willy Bags. Keep working, Mary, you ain't done yet!
The equipment dump and the production area are 200 yards apart so bladders and covers have to be dragged from one to the other.
The "airmen" filling bladders. If it looks like a cold day, that's because it was!
Stuffing Willy Bags. Christian (orange jacket) has come all the way from Germany to learn this art.
Mary demonstrates the fine art of lacing.
Smoko! Sheltered from the cold, Bruce enjoys a break from stuffing Willy Bags.
Saturday, October 16, 2004
Lake Louise November 2003. Weasels getting morning work assignments. From 2001 through 2004, approximately 30 to 40 Weasels have traveled from the West Coast to Lake Louise to assist with building the Winterstart course. The practice is expected to continue.
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Must be visiting dignitaries, 'cause they sure ain't working!
Annette, Doug and Albert hanging B net
Winch cat working of Fall-away. Way too close for comfort.
A fine bit of net, a thing of beauty and a joy forever.
Executive meeting. Red was the "in" colour in 2003. Don was making a "statement". We left out the knees.
Andre Labine, Robert C Miller, ANO and Ron Hunter. Nov. 2003
Race Day - 2003
2003 training run - Tickety Chutes
Top of course - 2003
A bevy of Weasel beauties.