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Centennial Nature Trail from town to college is refurbished
Travis Ward, right, and Jim Shadell move rocks while working Tuesday on the Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College. Trail restoration is deemed complete but touch-up work will continue.
Volunteer Jim Shadell posts instructions for hikers to return printed informational brochures about the Centennial Nature Trail to boxes at either end of the path. The trail connects the campus of Fort Lewis College to Durango proper.
The shadow reveals Travis Ward shoveling dirt on a minor touch-up project on the restored Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College. Ward, who lives near the lower end of the trail, has hiked the trail since coming to Durango in 1971.
Volunteer Jim Shadell speaks about the work done to rehabilitate the Centennial Nature Trail that connects the campus of Fort Lewis College to an older, residential Durango neighborhood. He started the project by himself about eight years ago.
Travis Ward shovels dirt while working on the Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College.
The hands of Travis Ward, left, and Jim Shadell as the two move rocks while working on the Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College.

Switchbacks get restored

Travis Ward, right, and Jim Shadell move rocks while working Tuesday on the Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College. Trail restoration is deemed complete but touch-up work will continue.
Volunteer Jim Shadell posts instructions for hikers to return printed informational brochures about the Centennial Nature Trail to boxes at either end of the path. The trail connects the campus of Fort Lewis College to Durango proper.
The shadow reveals Travis Ward shoveling dirt on a minor touch-up project on the restored Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College. Ward, who lives near the lower end of the trail, has hiked the trail since coming to Durango in 1971.
Volunteer Jim Shadell speaks about the work done to rehabilitate the Centennial Nature Trail that connects the campus of Fort Lewis College to an older, residential Durango neighborhood. He started the project by himself about eight years ago.
Travis Ward shovels dirt while working on the Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College.
The hands of Travis Ward, left, and Jim Shadell as the two move rocks while working on the Centennial Nature Trail below the campus of Fort Lewis College.
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