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Evading at the Wells Gray Man Tracker

Jody Phillips acts as
Jody Phillips acts as 'prey' as she runs to keep from being tagged by Ryan Foisy.
— image credit: Keith McNeill

Jody Phillips acts as "prey" as she runs to keep from being tagged by Ryan Foisy during the first annual Wells Gray Man Tracker event on the weekend. A total of 21 prey plus 23 trackers took part, plus many more helpers and spectators.

 

Left: (Front, l-r) Stu Love, Chase Tobin, Chris Szutiak and Andre Charbonneau act as “prey” as trackers on Rour runhorseback (l-r) Hazel Dowds, Bill Dowds and Penny Harper chase them down. They were taking part in the first Wells Gray Invitational Man Tracker event, which was held at Nakiska Ranch on the weekend. About 40 people took part as prey and trackers, and 150 were at a dinner held Saturday night.

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