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An RV Oasis Awaits at St. Eugene KOA!

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  • Imagine hitting the road in your RV this summer and staying at a gorgeous campground with stunning views of the Rocky Mountains…

    The St. Eugene KOA is located on the grounds of St. Eugene Golf Resort Casino and sits along the St. Mary River. Beginning high in the Purcell Mountains and flowing eastward until it empties into Kootenay River, the St. Mary River is one of the premier trout streams of the BC Kootenay’s- an excellent place to partake in some world-class fly fishing!

    Every site at St. Eugene KOA features views of the majestic Rocky Mountains and gorgeous Fisher Peak- the highest and most appealing summit of the Southern Rocky Mountains.

    The campground features spacious sites, both pull-through and back-in and include full hook-up with 50amp service, cable TV and free Wi-Fi. And of course everything you’ll need is available locally, including a convenience store, propane and gas.

    Among the many amenities right on your doorstep at St. Eugene KOA, there’s a special food and beverage delivery to all sites, a games room, BBQ area, fitness centre, outdoor heated swimming pool, an off-leash pet area, a championship golf course and the fantastic Casino of the Rockies!

    When it’s time for dining there are three delicious restaurants waiting to serve you- from the casual fare at Fred’s Saloon in the casino, the fresh food and drinks served up overlooking the 18th fairway at the 19th Hole Bar & Grill, to the regional and seasonal favourites you’ll enjoy at St. Eugene Smokehouse- where dishes are prepared using in-house smoked meats and a variety of both East and West coast seafood. There is truly something for everyone.

    The 18-hole championship golf course at St. Eugene boasts some of the most spectacular scenery you’ll see anywhere; and if you need even more incentive to tee up, RV guests even enjoy a special discount! In fact, the Kimberley & Cranbrook area is a golfer’s paradise, with seven award-winning 18-hole courses within 25 minutes of each other!

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    You can also immerse yourself in local history and cultural activities, with the Ktunaxa Nation as your guide. Take part in fascinating Interpretive Centre tours, ‘Legends Nights’where you’ll enjoy bison stew and bannock while listening to Ktunaxa Elders share legends around the campfire, get crafty at Indigenous beading and moccasin-making workshops and even sleep in a tipi as part of the incredible Speaking Earth package!

     

    If you’re in need of some pampering, make an appointment at the Silver Water Spa for an indulgent Hot River Rock Massage, a rejuvenating Primrose Hydration Facial or any one of many luxurious treatments using only the best natural ingredients.

    And when you decide to venture outside the park, there are countless options to choose from!

    Visit the Cranbrook History Centre to learn about the region’s past and how it shaped the present, ride the rails through the beautiful Mark Creek valley, taking in the history of Kimberley and learning about the life of a miner at Kimberley’s Underground Mining Railway, or take a relaxing walk to Marysville Falls & Eco Park, where a short 10-15 minute stroll takes you to a stunning spot overlooking the 30-metre waterfall!

    If you want to dial the adventure up a notch, the area is a recreational paradise! Head out kayaking, river-rafting, horseback-riding, ATV-ing, mountain biking or dirt-biking! In fact, on a bike is the best way to enjoy the ‘Rails to Trails Ride’ which runs between Kimberley & Cranbrook- amazing views in all directions make this ride a can’t-miss for cyclists.

    And to top all this fun, adventure and relaxation off, how about a helicopter tour so you can take to the skies and see the Rocky Mountains just as the birds do?

    Best of all, you can book every part of your amazing experience right at St. Eugene KOA; reserve now and we’ll see you soon!

     

     


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    Had a Concussion? Are you improving?

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  • Recently, our therapists attended a course regarding concussion.  This course was different, because while it talked about people getting headaches and dizziness with concussions, it identified that some of the symptoms you may be experiencing may not be a result of the concussion itself, but caused by dysfunction of the neck.

    As you probably know, a concussion is the result of a direct blow to the head. The impact creating a concussion also affects the neck-creating a neck strain, and possibly joint mobility changes in the neck.  So as the brain heals from the concussion, you may continue to have symptoms.  It is common to have dizziness, headaches, and balance changes that are caused from neck associated disorders.  Of the people who continue to have concussion symptoms after the initial phase (14 days for adults, or up to 4 weeks for kids) 71% complain of headaches, and 34% complain of dizziness.  These both could be caused from the neck, and the dizziness could also be caused from a dysfunction of the vestibular system.

    The signs and symptoms of an acute concussion may come on over 24 to 48 hours following impact to the head.  These can include amnesia, headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, drowsiness, sleep disturbances, balance disruptions, confusion, “foggy” feeling, reduced concentration, slow reaction time, irritability, anxiety, depression, being more emotional than usual.  It is common to get a few of these symptoms, but one person is unlikely to experience all of them.

    If you experience a concussion, you would benefit from seeing physiotherapist for an assessment and early advice for healing.  They will also be able to help you with keeping your recovery on track.  Our therapists are experts in manual therapy to treat the changed muscle strength and joint mobility in the neck.  We have a therapist trained in assessing and treating the vestibular system if your dizziness continues.  Keep us in mind the next time you or someone you know experience a concussion.

    Posted by: Leanne Schlachter, Pursuit Physiotherapy.

    Click here to learn more about Pursuit Physiotherapy.

     


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    Black Creek Developments building Canada’s most energy efficient car dealership!

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  • Red Deer’s new Scott Subaru will feature fuel efficient cars “inside” the most energy efficient car dealership in Canada!  For this project, Black Creek Developments of Sylvan Lake has adopted an extremely rigorous standard of energy efficient practices known as Passive House.   Developed in Germany with hands-on experience in Canada’s harsh climates, Passive House projects take just a fraction of the energy necessary to operate a typical building.  Builders must be specially trained to learn all the necessary techniques.

    Black Creek Developments sent key personnel to a two week course covering the various aspects of the build before starting the Scott Subaru build.  Learn more about this thrilling project in this short video.

    Remember… when this project is complete, there will be a permanent Passive House display in the Scott Subaru showroom.  You be able to stop by to learn about this unique technology anytime.

    Black Creek Development is dedicated to forward thinking construction science.  You can see a demonstration of this Passive House project at the Red Deer Renewable Energy Fair + Workshop coming up October 20th.

    Click here for a link to a terrific article on the incredible Scott Subaru building by Canadian Autoworld.


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