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Holy Cow! Lots of options in the San Gabriel Valley area!

Discussion in 'USA West' started by DinkAlot, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. DinkAlot

    DinkAlot dcbadminton
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    I just realized there are quite a few places to play in the San Gabriel Valley area.

    Check this out:

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    ^^Good find..^^

    ..yep, and looking at the picture above, looks like all the arrows are pointing in the direction(roughly) of your office, Master NGP..(well, except one, ELAC)..hehe:p:D:);):cool:
     
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    I believe if the picture is larger (large enough for elac to be included)
    then the arrow can be made to point to the office too
     
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    Btw..

    ..is the Pacific Athletic Center open for badminton??..Or is it being proposed, because I've never heard of it..:p
     
  5. DinkAlot

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    Just because you never heard of it, doesn't mean it's being proposed. PAC has been around a long time. :p
     
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    Okay..

    ..i see:)..To be honest, i'm not aware/never heard about that facility until now. I'll try to swing by the area and have a look...Btw, have you played badminton there before, Dan?..:confused:
     
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    Where have you been? I learned how to play badminton at PAC. :p

    It's not a badminton facility. They use the basketball gym for badminton on Tuesday, Thursday from 8-11pm and Sunday from 9-12am. There's also a couple of converted racketball courts.
     
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    Gotcha..

    ..then i will swing by and check out that place:):cool:...Wow, i'm behind, heh??..:p:(..Yeah, that's my original thought re the facility's use...Seriously, Dan, i only know of the familiar places to play, thru the small SCBA booklet...As for the PAC, i don't know if that's listed in the small SCBA booklet??(gotta check if it's on the list, if not, then i'd think it should be added)..:confused::p
     
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    what's the red point panda office?
     
  10. DinkAlot

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    That's relative to my office. :p
     
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    how is elac? schedule? seems to be closer than sg by ~10 mins for me
     
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    elac has 6 court in the women gym, opens Fri & Sat 5 or 7(forgot) to 10pm, Sat 8 to 12noon

    I thaink PAC has only 1 court as I know
     
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    Don't forget about the strong "breeze" on two of the courts at ELAC. :p
     
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    hows the attendance at elac? i would think it would be pretty packed since its only open two days... and whats this "strong breeze" is this facility outside?
     
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    Sorry, the last one shoud be Sun 8 to 12noon instead of Sat 8 to 12 noon, it was a mistake.

    They open 3 days a week
     
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    Dude Dan,

    You should be a spokesperson for USA badminton :)

    When you wanna play?
     
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    is there any guest fees? and btw i encountered two elac addresses on mapquest one in monterey park, ca and the other in south gate, ca which one is the one with the badminton?
     
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    Elac..

    ..should be the former above, in Monterey Park..;)
     

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