South Park 1x9
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South Park 1x9
Welcome to this pristine family home featuring AC, 5 bedrooms (4 UP) & 3.5 baths all just steps away from parks, trails & Clarkdale Pond. Charming front verandah invites you into the home to find a spacious entrance with NEW laminate flooring that leads to a great room bursting with natural light. Family sized kitchen boasts plenty of cabinets, corner pantry, S/S appliances & island that over looks the family room with cozy fireplace. Flex/dining rm, 1/2 bath & mud room compliment the functional layout. Moving upstairs you will find 4 BEDROOMS! A king sized suite with 2 closets & 4pc ensuite including soaker tub. 3 bedrooms are all generous in size, 4pc main bath & UPPER laundry complete the upstairs. ENJOY the fully finished basement with entertaining sized rec room, 5th bedroom, 3pc bath and plenty of additional storage space. LOVE the SOUTH facing, fenced and landscaped yard with deck surrounded by mature trees all walking distance to schools, playgrounds, tennis courts, soccer fields & all amenities.
Whether you want to get fit, learn a new skill, make new friends, or spend time with the family, Big Marble Go Centre has something for everyone. The building is fully accessible and ample, free parking is available.
Shortly after Chuck surprised both Jimmy and himself by leaving his house unattended, the brothers sit quietly on a nearby park bench. Chuck tries to relax and enjoy the sunshine, but keeps glancing nervously at an electrical transformer overhead. Jimmy redirects Chuck's attention to the grass, successfully encouraging him to take off his shoes. Finally reaching his limit, Chuck tells Jimmy that he's ready to go inside and get back to work building their case against Sandpiper Crossing. He rises and walks gingerly back toward his house, a buoyant Jimmy at his side.
Mike waits in a parking garage with two thugs: a large man and another named Sobchak. The three men have each been hired by Caldera to provide protection for a new client who is in his first drug deal. As they wait for their employer, Sobchak gives Mike a once-over and asks what type of gun he's "packing". Mike casually nods to a paper bag sitting on the nearby curb: he packed a pimento sandwich. Sobchak thinks Mike's kidding and presses him, but Mike stands firm. He didn't bring a gun.
Valet Parking:To ensure the health and safety of both guests and employees, YVR has suspended its Gateway Valet service that was previously located in front of Fairmont Vancouver Airport. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.For more information about parking prices and location, please visit the Vancouver International Airport website.
Beautiful, sandy and pebbly beaches surrounded by ponderosa pine and sagebrush make this park the perfect spot for swimming and water activities. At the two large campgrounds in the park, panoramic views will add to your enjoyment.
This park offers vehicle-accessible campsites in two campgrounds: North Campground and South Campground. Campsite reservations are accepted and first come, first served sites are also available. During the peak season, all of the sites are and non-occupied reservation sites can accommodate first come, first served customers for one, or perhaps more nights, depending on availability.
The South Campground has 94 sites, which are reservable. There is a gatehouse at the entrance to the campground where guests must register. The gate is open until snowfall with winter rates in effect though no services are provided. This is a very different campground than the north campground. All of the sites are at lake level and very close together though there is variation in site layout. Some sites are long, narrow gravel and back onto the hillside. These sites are close together but still separated by trees and shrubs. Other sites are long, narrow and paved with the picnic table and fire ring located behind the site down three or four concrete stairs to a treed lawn area. A third style is short but wide gravel where a tow vehicle must be parked beside the trailer. These sites are not suitable for motorhomes or long trailers. These sites are separated only by cement parking barriers and are similar to double sites. The beauty of this campground is the easy beach access from all sites and the large treed lawn areas shared by some of the sites. There is a phone by the shower building.
There is a double concrete boat launch available at south campground. There are no docks or no tie ups however, houseboats can moor there and are welcome for overnight visits. The site is marked and you will need to pay a camping fee. Not recommended to anchor in front of the park due to strong winds. There is a concrete area where you can walk out to get in the boat, narrow, and not accessible for wheelchairs. There is a paved L-shape turnaround area by the ramp and 12 parking spots.
There is a 1km trail that runs along the lake, connecting the two campgrounds. There are self-guided interpretive signs along this trail and another short trail that leads uphill toward the highway and ends at the viewpoint parking lot on the way to the south campground. For your own safety and the preservation of the park, obey posted signs and keep to designated trails. Shortcutting trails destroys plant life and soil structure.
The Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC has a fun, hands on, Learn to Fish program that teaches basic angling skills to youth under 16 years old. Check back to this page or ask the park operator for information.
Pets and domestic animals must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed in beach areas or park buildings. You are responsible for their behaviour and must dispose of their excrement. Backcountry areas are not suitable for dogs or other pets due to wildlife issues and the potential for problems with bears.
Created in 1955, this park shows what effective park planning can achieve. In the late fifties, thousands of non-native trees were planted on a barren hillside between the highway and the lake. Today, this area is a natural arboretum and the extensive tree cover is home to various bird types.
Though the campground areas are dotted with irrigated lawn and non-native trees, the park still falls into two basic zones with bunchgrass found in exposed areas at low elevations and stands of Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir found in the upper sections. Many wildflowers can be seen along the nature trail away from the more developed areas of the park. Of special note are the chocolate lily and the Columbian lily.
Thomas F. Thornton, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Ethnographic Overview and Assessment (Skagway: Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, 2004), 302 pp., paperback, request from P.O. Box 517, Skagway, AK 99840-0517. A study of the Tlingit and Tagish Natives of the upper Lynn Canal region in southeast Alaska, with emphasis on effects of the Klondike Gold Rush upon them.
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