The Shuswap TrailRider Adaptive Adventure Society had two goals left over from 2014 hiking season. The first goal was to get Cliff and Drew on to the TrailRider and the second goal was to introduce Parks Canada to the TailRider. The Society met these 2 goals this weekend. Fabulous flowers at the summit of Mount Revelstoke with lots of local Revelstoke families and people from all over the world from Africa, India, and Canada. We left the one TrailRider with Cliff and his family for a few days.
It actually was very hot today and the sherpa’s did an absolutely amazing job heat and all. Had to have more trade offs on my TrailRider because I am almost 6 feet tall and weigh a little bit more than Drew. Drew’s crew was ahead of us always and had to stop to wait for us patiently, well deserved break.
Overall, mission was accomplished.
Thank you to Parks Canada and all the volunteer sherpa’s. I sure had fun I hope everyone else did too. Possibly mid September we might do something with Parks Canada again.
Next big event is the Roots and Blues Festival in Salmon Arm.