I have nothing but respect for people who maintain all of the nature trails that I go running on.
Most of the trails I visit are kept up quite nicely, either by the Park Association or a dedicated group of volunteers.
Earlier this summer, I came across a broken bridge. I was still able to navigate my way passed this section of the trail. I jumped from the edge and landed on the downed bridge.
A few weeks later, I returned to this same spot and noticed that the bridge had been repaired. You can see that they had to move its location slightly, but I don’t think anyone will mind.
It’s nice to have a smooth running environment where I don’t have to stop for any hazards. So, to those lovely people that maintain Komoka Provincial Park, I would like to say, “Thank You!
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