Oh those grandkids….They do keep us young. Such was the case for Olive MacIntosh of Williamsburg, who, with her daughter Marilyn and son-in-law Jim (Adams) visited her granddaughters Kylie and Katherine in British Columbia in September. In addition to a visit to Whistler and a tour of the Olympic site, the family took Olive, who turned 84 just last week, ziplining. Granddaughter Katherine works for Ziptrek Eco Tours, a world leader in the design, development and operation of zipline-based eco adventures. The company’s flagship location is in Whistler. Top left, Olive gives a thumbs up as she is about to take off. Left she is pictured with son-in-law Jim Adams and above she is photographed as she ziplines through the treetops.
The playoff season ended for the South Dundas Novice C2 Lions here Sunday, when they were handed their second consecutive loss by the Brockville C4 Jr. Braves.
The Braves opened the series with a 3-0 win on home ice last Thursday, February 27.
Simon Doncaster scored twice in the win and Finley Brown added a single.
Then in Morrisburg, Sunday, the Braves wrapped up the four point series with a 4-1 victory.
The Braves led 2-0 after the first period, and 3-1 after two.
The lone Lions goal was scored by Matthew Mason with help from Wyatt Barkley late in the second period.
Nick Pirano led the Braves scoring with two goals, while Colin McLeod and Ethan Pert scored singles.