Holding our Trail Badges Starting front right: Joey Jacquemart, Clara Hoffart, Sophia Simpson, Betty Wood, Steven Gyorgy, Richard Bellamy, Marilyn Wornuik, Lorraine Harilstad, June Carlson, Elsie Livingston, Marjorie Whitson, Helen Jones, Ila Hlasny, Donna Gash, Donna Garrett, Yoka de Bruijn, Allan Grundahl, Jim Gash, Norma Ruholl, Olive MacInnis
For April we challenged our Keenager members to explore somewhere new. ( while adhering to current Covid guidelines ) Above is a picture of my wife Cathie at Fairy Hill Trail just north of Regina on the edge of the Qu"Appelle Valley (trail 6.2 km and +/-139 meters ). We extend this challenge to all... Continue Reading →
It’s finally Spring! As a committed Globe Walker, I made an effort to walk outside all winter, but it is much more enjoyable to go for a walk on a lovely spring day! With encouragement from our team captain, Joyce Tremmel, I was inspired to write a haiku. Spring thaw. Sun. Warm breeze. Friendly waves... Continue Reading →
We are doing a gentle neck stretch here to finish our practice. The Town Of Pilot Butte has done an amazing job at setting up the Rec Centre in accordance with Covid guidelines. The red rectangles were from the class size of 15. They started an indoor walking program this month too. Excellent opportunity for... Continue Reading →
I met a friend in Deer Valley for a walk. I saw that the trail passes through the valley.Although it was an overcast day, just being outside with a good friend was refreshing. Pilot Butte - Forever in Motion - Cheryl
My snow-couple making event is quite a contrast to this photo taken of me, Joyce Tremmel, Jan.28th. I am from Planet Earth walking on the Great Trail although you may not think so! I have been writing haiku when on my walks. Here is one of them: It’s cold,I walk fast.In silence the trees greet... Continue Reading →
Shirley and Bernie Karstad enjoy some of their winter walks along along the Great Trail (in Gabriel Dumont Park) along the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon. The trails are well groomed so that social distance can be maintained. We are happy to be part of the SCOA walking group and Probus Club of Saskatoon Bridges.