I would like to thank the family of beavers that lived at the Meadow Lakes Golf Club. It is hard to improve upon this beautiful golf course, but you did. It was so nice as a golfer to finally visualize a chance at a second shot being shaped over the dogleg for a potential eagle putt on the coming home hole.
Thank you for logging that hill last summer.
My kids and my family have enjoyed watching you over the past decade, either in the passenger seat driving on the Alaska Highway, or with club in hand enjoying an afternoon of golf.
I personally am grateful to have witnessed your family going about the work you needed to do to survive.
It was always an amazing moment to just stop and watch for a few seconds, whether it was you swimming the pond along hole seven with a tree firmly grasped in your mouth, or crossing the green on hole six.
When the snow fell and the fairways and greens were blanketed white, it was always comforting to know that there was an entire family huddled together to wait it out.
I am proud to call myself a Canadian and a Yukoner, though today I don’t know why. Please, can Environment Yukon stop advocating the killing of animals.