Clearwater residents participate in Amazing Race

Race was set up and run by the Barriere Outdoor Club on Oct. 5

Kay Knox, left, and Jean Nelson were Clearwater’s only participants in the Amazing Race set up and run by the Barriere Outdoor Club on Oct. 5. Nine stations that were set up on 2 km of the cross country ski trail east of Barriere provided fun challenges for young and not-quite-so-young. Photo submitted

Jean Nelson has one minute and five chances to put this puzzle together. She made it in just under the wire on her fifth attempt. Photo by Kay Knox

Race was set up and run by the Barriere Outdoor Club on Oct. 5

 

Jean Nelson has one minute and five chances to put this puzzle together. She made it in just under the wire on her fifth attempt. Photo by Kay Knox

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