trailside


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trail·side

 (trāl′sīd′)
n.
The area beside a trail.

trailside

(ˈtreɪlˌsaɪd)
adj
beside a trail
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The parcel is adjacent to the Aquidneck Land Trust's 10-mile Sakonnet Greenway Trail and will provide an opportunity to reroute the trail onto the property and create a trailside park for passive recreation.
Looking up from her computer at Trailside Elementary School in Park City, third-grader Abi smiles and says, "I like Extra Math first thing in the morning.
When I reached Bubbs Creek, my third-to-last night on the trail, I enjoyed a signature trailside evening.
We were always earthier, I liked to think, going back to our earliest days dating, when we'd take day trips to hike in the Cape Cod woods, and picnic there, with the inevitable bout of debauch behind some trailside boulder, as birders passed close by, cawing to themselves not unlike the very creatures they sought that, behold, here was the latest pixilated woodpecker, the mentioning of which on one occasion prompted a joke from Alex that had me laughing so hard that I lost my balance and spurted up the back of her LL Bean vest.
A mountainside hike to a 50-foot waterfall brings about a different kind of challenge: Brain surgery often compromises one's sense of balance, but David adeptly makes his way through this hike's terrain, over a shale field with rocks that give way underfoot, up bits so steep that we need to pull ourselves up by the trailside ropes.
If you don't, perhaps you skip this trailside treat.
While in the midst of 20 rainy miles, to have someone offer you unlimited food and drink at a trailside tailgater is to believe in miracles.
The real winners, of course, are the Trailside residents whose homes provide healthy indoor air, increased comfort and greatly reduced energy costs.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 25, 2015-KB Home declares new Trailside homes community in Colorado
As we approached two men pouring concrete one whistled a tune as he worked on a modest trailside home.