Red Canoe at the Olympics

When Red Canoe’s flagship in the Whistler Village opened, in November, the Village was bustling as skiiers enjoyed a record November snowfall. But compared to the bedlam of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, November seems positively sleepy. So, Dax and co. thought it’d be prudent to head out west during the Games to make sure things were going smoothly at the store. You’ve got to marvel at his devotion.

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A rare moment of calm in the Village as David and Dax mug outside the Red Canoe flagship.

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Kirsten and Dax get in the loop(s).

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On the left, the lovely Miss Blackcomb; on the right, the lovely Miss Whistler.

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At the downhill portion of the men’s super combined. (U.S. skier Bode Miller took the gold on this one.)

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Historically, the Inukshuk was used for navigational purposes. Today, it is used to help people brag about their vacations.

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Solid gold: Jon Montgomery rocks the Red Canoe Canada field merino wool sweater after winning gold in the skeleton.

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