1.(especially of a time or place) like an idyll; extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque.
When I was a kid I kept hearing about the Hollywood (south) actors coming to Hollywood (north) British Columbia to .... Go Fishing ..... and Partying .... on Forest Baron yachts ..... where one or two, the actors, dared to die (Errol Flynn and Howard Hughes) in Vancouver.
Malibu, British Columbia where..... the facility was open as a premium resort. Visitors included John Wayne, Senator John F. Kennedy, Barbara Stanwyck, Bing Crosby, and Bob Hope. The club faced financial problems due to the limited transportation access and the limited two-month window of good weather ......
A more recent bio of Malibu (north): Vancouver Sun article of THE idyllic location.
|Camp Malibu is an idyllic location on the West Coast, where young people are encouraged to accept Jesus as their personal saviour.|
The Malibu Club is one of Young Life's original camping properties. Located 100 miles north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Malibu is situated at the mouth of the world-renowned Princess Louisa Inlet. Surrounded by mountains soaring straight out of the water to heights of more than 8000 feet, Malibu is a place of extraordinary beauty and isolation.
From June through August, Malibu is used exclusively as a Young Life summer camp. Each summer Malibu welcomes thousands of high school students from across the US and Canada for the best week of their lives. For more information on summer camping opportunities, contact the Young Life office nearest you.
From September to the end of May, Malibu is available to the public bookings for retreats and conferences of all sizes. Book your school, church, family, business or non-profit organization's next event at Malibu! During the school year Malibu is available as a conference and retreat center for groups of up to 350 people.
To this, that's not snow, its the plan:
|Planned SE Clear Cut Logging|
If you're probably still trying to figure out where Malibu is..... try looking in your backyard
Vancouver Top Left corner
Texada Island In the blue just below the Top Right corner
Malibu Bottom Middle
The red stuff? Designated for clear cut logging
Coincidentally, there is an overlap of Private land (maroon border) and Crown Land clear cut logging (red border):
And taking a closer look at the Sunshine Coast privately held land, and Crown land: