Another photo of volunteers repairing damage to trail.
On Thursday August 11, volunteers came together to repair a section of trail washed out by the heavy rains from two weeks ago. Aside from KTCTA volunteers, there were Reaboro, Unity Church and Fleming College managing partners involved and the Boy Scouts from Reaboro. Many hands had the job done in two hours.
In late July 2011 on Vancouver Island during a family visit we attended the reopening of Kinsol Bridge. As the photo indicates it is beautiful, situated in the miiddle of nowwhere- connects the Trans Canada Trail from Victoria to Naminao and beyond. Cost $7.5 million dollars and we are trying to find $3000 to redeck the Pigeon River Bridge.
June 14th a Beautiful sunny morning and the PickSeed sun shelter alongside the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail was officially open. The map display includes local historical information and facilities such as the Butter Tart Trail was unveiled by Mayor Rick McGee, President KTCTA - Al MacPherson, Tom Pick- Pickseed and Councilor Donna Villemaire Ward 8.
Attention all trail users please stay on the tread area of the trail as the ditches and shoulders of the trail has poison ivy. It is impossible to control as it is found along the entire 44 km length of the trail. Leaflet Three Let It Be!