Prowl Guide

The first three Steps of a Prowl

Organizing a prowl is an easy three step process:

  1. Destination: Find a place of interest or simply make your favourite museum or winery the destination (think of a scenic route
  2. Lunch: If the destination does not offer food services, find a restaurant/eatery
  3. Invite the membership: send the prowl info like meeting/starting point and time, destination, and possible costs involved (if the lunch is pre-orderd), link to the restaurant/destination, RSVP necessary?, etc.) to Malcolm Baster, Peter Rowand, Telse Wokersien for inclusion in the Growler, Facebook, the website. Done.

Things to consider:

Date: Generally the first Sunday of the month.
Time: Depending on length of drive, around 10:30am for 11:00am drive-off.
Meeting Point: Your choice (often at Tillicum Mall or Spencer Road Shell Station or any
location you feel would be a good starting point).
Restaurant: Usually needs to be advised of numbers attending in advance (numbers to be confirmed a few days before the event)
Photos: Remember to have a helper (or yourself) take several photos of the Prowl for inclusion in our publications

These pointers are just suggestions for the standard Prowl. You may vary as you see
fit. These outings are meant to be enjoyed by everyone, so remember to relax and
have fun as well!

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Advent Calendar/Holiday Countdown

This Advent Calendar works just like any other regular calendar or countdown to Christmas/the holidays. This one starts on December 1 and ends on December 24, Christmas Eve. Each day one field/day is activated and clickable. Click on the number that corresponds to the actual date (e.g. on December 1, you click on the number 1, on December 2 on the number 2, etc.). Once activated, fields remain active/clickable/viewable/enjoyable. Fields that have not been activated yet are greyed out (and, yes, are a bit difficult to see). With the last day, the entire photo is in full colour (all fields clickable). To find the numbers faster, a photo of what the photo will look like is available at the bottom of the page, for easier navigation.

You will find photos, videos, links, and gifts behind the doors, among others a new copy of The Complete Book of Jaguar by Nigel Thorley – but behind which door?

Please bear with us if links do not work, formatting is not responsive on all (your) device(s) (check your browser settings), or downloading or linking is slow, and yes, the white numbers on the greyed-out surface are hard to discern (did we mention that already?).

Enjoy. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Happy Unwrapping. May the wind be always at your back and your tree tall enough for a Jaguar.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2020, wherever you may be.

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