Jefferson County Advisory Board member Vern Bessey checks the trail map along with, from left, board members Tim Rensema and Marianne Walters, Libby Masaracchia of county Public Works and manager of Jefferson County Parks and Recreation, Matt Tyler while they walk through the Silent Alder Loop Trail in Chimacum on Wednesday morning during their annual parks tour. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County Advisory Board member Vern Bessey checks the trail map along with, from left, board members Tim Rensema and Marianne Walters, Libby Masaracchia of county Public Works and manager of Jefferson County Parks and Recreation, Matt Tyler while they walk through the Silent Alder Loop Trail in Chimacum on Wednesday morning during their annual parks tour. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board members tour county parks

Aim is to draw people outdoors, ensure their safety

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