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Dear WA Climbers Bivying at Squamish

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I might have camped in a designated camp site at Squish once, but that's a guess.

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Well, Squamish is the outdoor recreating capital of Canadaland after all. 8D

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I went into the Walmart in Surrey back a few years ago. That place was packed. 11 check stands with a 15 customer line up at each stand. Fortunately I was waiting on a friend not in line. It was amusing to watch the show.

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From the comments of that article:

 

"You've moved to Valleycliffe a few years back and pull the drawbridge up...you've decided it's full. Get over yourself. Anyways we weren't having sex... he fell on a hot dog and and I was trying to pull it back out."

 

LOLOLOLOLOL

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