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trailside

[treyl-sahyd] /ˈtreɪlˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
the side or border of a trail.
adjective
2.
on or near the side of a trail.
Also, trail-side.
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  • He slides wide of the hikers only to have his tires lock up in the mud, sending him careening toward a trailside bench.
  • Accommodations include hotel-style lodging, village chalets and trailside condos.
  • The trailside condominium lodging units feature skylights, a full kitchen, a ski deck and sauna.
  • Scads of trailside blackberries offer a summertime treat.
  • trailside shoulders have been replanted with native plants such as salal, sword fern, and vine maple.
  • Self-guided walks interpret trailside features with brochures and signs.
  • Check the trailside brush piles for song, white-throated and the occasional white-crowned sparrow.
  • Lesson plans and worksheets will help students draw deeper meanings from exhibits and trailside features during their visit.

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