olympic torch


Is the torch coming to your town this winter? Are you going to go see it?
Nov 20, 2009 @ 07:43 am

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Yes and yes

I live in Squamish right now, half way between Whistler and Vancouver..... and the torch is coming through (a block from my place) on Feb 6th.... I plan on going to check it out.....I figure why not, I have had to put up with the Olympics construction for a year, I may as well see some of the exciting stuff!
Nov 20, 2009 @ 09:51 am

My Dad

My Dad gets to be one of the torch bearers! I forget what city he's going to be running through, but he gets his moment - can't wait!
Nov 23, 2009 @ 06:51 am
Ali de Bold

So cool

How awesome, Maryana! Is your Dad an athlete?
Nov 23, 2009 @ 01:34 pm


Very cool, Maryana!! What a special moment.
MizzRobin ... Squamish! Awesome.
Nov 23, 2009 @ 01:38 pm

Saw it & held it last night and will see it again this morning!!!

So Olympic fever has definitely hit BC....Squamish...Whistler...Vancouver etc! I was driving home today and saw the torch in the lane next to me on the HWY! I thought it arrived tomorrow but it arrived in Squamish tonight and comes up to my front door tomorrow! I can't explain to you the excitement this has generated here...6 hours after the festivities I was still WIRED and wide awake. Check out a couple of the pics I took and the video of the party at the following link:

Feb 05, 2010 @ 09:56 am

very cool!

I'm jealous, Robin! What an opportunity!
Feb 05, 2010 @ 11:08 am


So the torch just passed my house! I put up a few pics and a vidwo on here!


SUPER EXCITING! Next stop opening ceremonies and the hockey game! Will share more from events later!
Feb 05, 2010 @ 01:29 pm

love the video!

I looked at your pics and watch your video Robin! So thrilling! How fortunate you are to be able to experience the Olympics up close. Keep up the reporting!
Feb 09, 2010 @ 11:01 am


Awesome! I just saw your post, Robin. What a neat experience. How
were the opening ceremonies? I watched them on TV. The aerial dancer
was very impressive, was the orator who recited that poem. I'm not
Canadian, but after hearing his address I sure felt like a Canadian.
So much pride! :-)
Feb 15, 2010 @ 10:29 am

it has been SURREAL!

My friend's boyfriend was in the opening ceremonies as a fiddler so it was even more personal watching it than I thought it would be...and then to see Wayne Gretzsky light the outdoor cauldron... it has been unbelieveble every step of the way. I was downtown til about 3am on the night of opening ceremonies only to return at 8 this next morning for more festivities before I went to see an Olympic Hockey Game! Every day has been more energizing than the last and then to see Canada win it's first gold medal on home soil live! I am still on cloud nine!!!! I will update on more events that I attend as the weeks go on! :o)

Feb 15, 2010 @ 10:37 am

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