Volunteers Dave Beach, Carol Berry and Merry Loew, from left, carry away trash cans filled with tack weed they scraped from the edges of the Sacagawea Heritage Trail near Wye Park in Richland. It was their last day for removing the puncture vine near the paved trail popular with bicyclists and walkers. The dried thorny tackweed seeds have a propensity for sticking into bicycle tires and shoes. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video.
Volunteers Dave Beach, Carol Berry and Merry Loew, from left, carry away trash cans filled with tack weed they scraped from the edges of the Sacagawea Heritage Trail near Wye Park in Richland. It was their last day for removing the puncture vine near the paved trail popular with bicyclists and walkers. The dried thorny tackweed seeds have a propensity for sticking into bicycle tires and shoes. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Volunteers Dave Beach, Carol Berry and Merry Loew, from left, carry away trash cans filled with tack weed they scraped from the edges of the Sacagawea Heritage Trail near Wye Park in Richland. It was their last day for removing the puncture vine near the paved trail popular with bicyclists and walkers. The dried thorny tackweed seeds have a propensity for sticking into bicycle tires and shoes. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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October 03, 2016 5:58 PM

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