Contact info: email: Marjorie@marjorieturner.com phone: 508-613-6541
Bio: Marjorie Turner Hollman is a personal historian who loves the outdoors, and is the author of Easy Walks in Massachusetts, 2nd edition, More Easy Walks in Massachusetts, 2nd edition, and editor of Easy Walks and Paddles in the Ten Mile River Watershed. She has been a freelance writer for numerous local, regional, and national publications for the past 20+ years, has helped numerous families to save their stories, and has recorded multiple veterans oral histories, now housed at the Library of Congress. She is a co-author of the recent community history, Bellingham Now and Then.
Coming in July, 2020, Finding Easy Walks Wherever You Are
Aired July 6th, 2020, video segment on WCVB TV Channel 5 Boston, News Show Chronicle
Podcasts: Positive News Now https://thestorystylist.com/blog/
Finding Joy in Easy Walks podcast
News articles on local places to walk
Make Your Own Storybook Walks
Partnership with the Massachusetts Walking Tour
Partnership with Blackstone Heritage Corridor
Oh my gosh, Marjorie, another stunning blog! What a delightful way to start my day, and what a sweet ending by reading your blog with our Rock Star, (unofficial) therapy dog, Rocksie.
Thank you so much for your continued support and enthusiasm for our programs at the Blackstone Heritage Corridor, and for sharing this enthusiasm on your Easy Walks in Massachusetts blog. I’m so grateful!
Bonnie Combs, Marketing Director
Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor
“Check out these books written by Marjorie Turner Hollman. ‘Find lots of wonderful outdoors spaces that are handicapped-friendly. Great for Parents, Grandparents, and Children too! Can’t walk very far? Distances of each trail are included, along with much more information as well to help you prepare to have a great time outdoors.’ I have spent some time walking with Marjorie and she does a FANTASTIC job describing the walks and hikes so you are fully prepared to enjoy your day.” Kelly Sipe, Somerset, MA, Beyond Your Limits Fitness and Recreation
Descriptions, notable features and photos of parks, ponds, river walks, farms and bikeways, each with detailed directions make it easy and intriguing to plan outings to 31 trails in ten towns southwest of Boston. Information on parking provided for all trails. Some have bathrooms, many allow dogs on leashes, and four are wheelchair (and stroller) accessible. Other activities available include biking at more than a third, and a limited number with canoeing, swimming, fishing, cross country skiing in winter and horse trails. I can hardly wait to explore some of the five Charles River walks. Highly recommended with some hidden gems. Mary Chitty, Somerville, MA