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Discussion: Sprint

in: Klepperton; Klepperton > 2017-10-07

Oct 9, 2017 12:20 PM # 
Gotta make this happen. strange that all the old ontario place stuff is accessible so best to take advantage of that and sprint now. easy Go access from the Hammer is an advantage.
The architect that designed our Nobel place was based in Liberty Village. We enjoyed taking GO to Exhibition and exploring that area. TOC should set aside a few $K to get some maps made and at least incorporate them into their weeknight training.
Oct 9, 2017 6:56 PM # 
Things are happening...

Oliver Tabay (new president of TOC) is super keen, and has been doing some great things for the club.

We are in constant contact and have recently set aside Wednesdays to meet weekly.
Oct 10, 2017 3:09 PM # 
Wow those pictures are awesome, I didn't know there was public access to that. How's the wildlife?
Oct 10, 2017 3:31 PM # 
No homeless people.


Overgrown weeds/bushes/grasses like Beijing/Sarajevo Olympic venues.

I'm not too sure if that ride is legitimately accessible though. I was surprised to get in there without any fences to hop or any signs prohibiting access.

But that ride aside, 80-90% of the park was open. Lots of people wandering about. Even a couple open snack bars.

It's such an odd place.

I forget if the province or city has any imminent plans for it.

Prime land. Probably mixed-use condomania on the horizon.

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