Gone Postal: The Best of Whistler?
I don’t want to jinx anything by suggesting that summer is over, because it’s not (I hope), but with Lot 4 & 5 clearing out and the Sea to Sky starting to fill up with Labor Day Weekenders headed home, the reality is that September is here.
In any other town with a demographic as young, fit, and good looking as Whistler we’d all be thinking about finding the newest & hippest coffee shop, re-arranging our class schedules to optimize time for not going to school, and trying our best to impress whoever it is we’re trying to impress in English 101. For most of the rest of the world this weekend marks the beginning of dorm life, Uni drinking binges, and diets made up of Kraft Dinner, multi-purpose vitamins, and cafeteria scraps.
Not so in Whistler. Here, we have to wait a few months before a malnourished diet kicks in. In the mean time, for those navigating Jobless September and detoxing through Sober October, Whistler should provide plenty of opportunities for creative and fun ways to enjoy life here.
Being my first fall in Whistler, I figured I’d use my Gone Postal column to crowd source the best of Whistler in the Fall. From you, the loyal WIA readership, I’m wondering what is the:
- Best place to eat during the Fall?
- Best Fall family activity?
- Best reason not to go to Vegas?
- Best Fall deal that every Whistler resident should make use of?
So that’s that. Would love to hear from you and we’re stoked to figure out the rhythm and flow of life in Whistler this fall. Thanks again for your warm welcome to Whistler and – if you see us around the Village or on the Valley Trail – we’d love to give you a high five!