Big thanks to bike trail volunteers

Riding the Terrace Mountain Bike Trail has become one of the things our whole family (dog too) looks forward to, often riding three times a week.

Dear Sir:

Riding the Terrace Mountain Bike Trail has become one of the things our whole family (dog too) looks forward to, often riding three times a week.

The trail is in amazing condition due to the constant efforts of a core group of people who spend countless hours working on it so that the rest of us can ride it!!

Using it often is high on our list of priorities but other demands mean that contributing work time to maintaining and improving the trail hasn’t been.

Every year at this time I think about how much I appreciate everyone who spends the time working, and it occurs to me that I never say it out loud!

It’s time to let you all know how much the Prins family appreciates your efforts.

THANK YOU to anyone who’s ever spent time and put in the backbreaking effort to create and maintain what we all now enjoy!

A second HUGE thanks to everyone who uses the trail without leaving any trace of garbage behind. I’m always amazed by the lack of trash despite the huge variety of people using the area!

Keep up the good work everyone.

Michelle Prins

Terrace, B.

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