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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It took me about an hour to reach the spot, and, along the way, I came across a world a little removed from the downtown garden experience, including trailside areas full of sweet gum seedlings, wild carrot and jewelweed.
Groups involved in the promotion of trailside businesses are also looking to the overall development of the region.
Wynn is a gentle soul from rural Vermont whose random trailside installations of stones, twigs and flowers do not take away from his acumen out of doors.
Jensen is also on the Parent-Teacher Association for Trailside Elementary School and she volunteers every other week in her son's classroom.
The three variables of Factor 1 with the greatest explanatory value were: (1) visitor center exhibits; (2) staff providing information; and (3) roadside and trailside exhibits.
The rhythmic sound of our skis on the snow slowed as we neared the trailside parking lot.
During her summer outreach visits to the Trailside Boys and Girls Club, Danielle Dreger-Babbitt asked youth to recommend books they loved.
Lesotho is not short of water (it dams and exports water to neighbouring South Africa) and while villages have clean water wells, carrying the Careplus water filter meant we could drink safely from trailside rivers too.
Kevin Lipscomb is a Technology Education teacher at Trailside Middle School in Ashburn, VA.
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.