Mushing Passion Shared by Rail Trail 200 Directors

If you go out for a walk along the TransCanada Trail in Greenwood you may just be surprised by the call “Go Haw!” If you should hear that call, you may want to stand to the side while Terri Meyer and her dog team race on by. Meyer, a Greenwood resident and director for the Boundary’s own annual Rail Trail 200 Dog Sled Race, can be seen daily along the trails racing her four dogs — two collie/husky crosses and two Alaskan malamutes. If there’s snow, the dogs can be seen pulling her special dog sled, if there’s no snow or not enough, Meyers will often have them on their gang line in front of a quad. Either way, it’s a good time for all.Read more here: http://thenelsondaily.com/news/mushing-passion-shared-rail-trail-200-directors-16086

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