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Janet Fritsch and grandson Landon are enjoying Headingley’s new walking path.

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Janet Fritsch and grandson Landon are enjoying Headingley’s new walking path. Photo Store

On Sunday morning, my five-year-old grandson and I decided to check out the newly-finished walking path that follows Roblin Boulevard between Rodney and Wescana Streets, connecting the green space by Taylor Bridge.


What a delight! As I jogged beside his bike, we were shaded by the giant trees that canopied over us, and the curves and slopes of the trail provided a pleasant challenge for the young cyclist. We were greeted by other families who were also enjoying an early morning outing. It was a snapshot of a community that we love and will continue to enjoy!


Thank you to all who had the vision for this trail, our governing councillors who approved it, those who did the work in such an expedient manner, as well as homeowners in the area who have been patient with the mess at end of their driveways and the weeks of detours.


Many families will enjoy this meandering path in the years to come.

Janet Fritsch
Headingley

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