I would like to thank those cyclists who let people know when they are coming up behind them on the trails. I walk my dogs every day and appreciate it when a cyclist loudly says, "On your left," or "On your right," before trying to pass. This gives me time to get my dogs and myself off the trail, which I do not mind doing at all.
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For cyclists who do not do this, there could be a painful crash of people, dogs and bikes. I have seen it before. I am concerned for the safety of everyone, so cyclists please let walkers know when you are coming up behind them to pass.
I believe we can all share and enjoy the trails if we just remember to be courteous and considerate of others.