We were recently on vacation on the west coast, and stumbled upon this little gem Trinity Romance Shop. Unlike some adult shops I've seen this one was very upscale, and geared more towards women. They had everything from toys, to lubes, to lingerie, and a great book section. My husband and I picked up a couple of things, and found while chatting to the salesperson we could get hotel delivery as well. By the end of the week we took full advantage of what they had to offer.
What to buy: super sexy lingerie, and the toys... the best I've used.
What to pay: $50
Address: 2nd Ave. in the downtown of Squamish
Directions: It's near the Save On foods grocery store on 2nd Ave.
- Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
- Gay and Lesbian
- Spa and Resort
This Program is in development, funding is being sought for storage space, staffing and recycling the parts that cannot be utilized.
We take old computers that are no longer in use and resell them as systems and parts to community members at low cost.
If you have older computers that are no longer being used, we can give them new life. We are looking for pentium and newer computers, as well as monitors, modems and printers. If your system is no longer fully working but has working parts, such as harddrives, we can also use them.
Please contact us before bringing in your equipment, as we have a limited capacity to store and process equipment, and this is a popular program.
Reselling: Cannabalize donations and rebuild and refurbish them into functioning systems, install basic software, and resell the results at minimal cost. We also may be able to help you if you are looking for older computer parts.
These systems may not be cutting edge, but the lights blink and they can still provide good home functionality for little expense.
If you are looking for a basic home computer or parts to maintain your own, contact us or stop into the SCATC in downtown Squamish.
This is a excellent resource for people without alot of money in the local community and gives tha ability for people on low incomes to afford a computer. well done