On the right path ...

I'm very proud of my husband not only for the way he creates partnerships to bring trails to our community and improve the quality of life for everyone,  but especially for his unpaid work in the preservation of existing trails threatened by development and privatization.

This kind of advocacy is riddled with conflict, dominated by bullies and tainted by local politics. He is always the first to appreciate the support he receives from others when tasked with this difficult work and the last person to draw attention to himself.

So today it was gratifying to see his efforts recognized.

http://www.newsminer.com/news/local_news/ester-trail-expert-blazes-path-around-alaska/article