Saturday, September 6, 2014

BCMOS (British Columbia Mobile Opportunity Society) rocks!

These guys invented the TrailRider and they do something that we do not yet do in Australia. They are out there, throughout the summer months, with teams of volunteer sherpas guiding many disabled riders through the extraordinary and exciting British Columbian bush.

Here is their latest Facebook post winding up the year's activities:

Our hiking, kayaking and gliding season is now over. 

(We unfortunately had to cancel glides intended for the first two weeks of the month due to circumstances beyond our control.)


Rather then feeling sad about the season being over, I'd like to celebrate the record-breaking 126 hikes we arranged for people with disabilities. And praise the volunteers who made this possible each year.



To repeat: there would be no BCMOS without volunteers. Thank you all.
If you are a Facie, here is another chance to Like the BCMOS page:

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