Dorothy Goodwin wanted one thing for her 94th birthday: to cross the new suspension bridge at Elk Falls Provincial Park in British Columbia. It was one her bucket list.
The bridge has a many stairs leading to it, and even more that connect it to a viewing platform for the falls. Goodwin isn't able to handle the stairs on her own. Her family reached out to the volunteers with Campbell River Search & Rescue to find a way to fulfil Goodwin's wish.
Six members of Campbell River Search & Rescue stepped up for what they dubbed "Operation: Get Grannie To The Bridge." They borrowed a TrailRider, a wheelchair built to help disabled people experience hiking and other activities.