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Preview of the Walking Tour

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Goat Hill, Uxbridge, just one gorgeous spot along the trail

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The stone bridge over the Blackstone River, inspiration for this year’s wonderful publicity poster

Have you ever worked on a project for a long time and finally see it all coming together? If so, you can imagine our excitement as the beginning of the Massachusetts Walking Tour nears. http://masswalkingtour.org/ I met with the founders, Mark and Raianne, last summer at Booklover’s Gourmet Café in Webster http://www.er3.com/book/ to talk about how this year’s tour might work, how they might use the Easy Walks in Massachusetts book series to help them plan out their route, and how best we could work together. Very soon, they will hit the road, and I’ll join them as often as I can manage. Continue reading

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Hitting the trail in the summer heat SNETT Douglas

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Along the SNETT Douglas, MA

Summer is not my favorite time of year. For one thing, it’s hot! For another thing, it’s hot! Have you noticed that the heat of summer is not my favorite thing? Regardless, summer is also a time when it’s really nice to get outside. So we try to head out early. A few days ago we packed up our tandem bike and headed to Douglas, Massachusetts, which has a number of miles of open trail along the SNETT, Continue reading

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Discovering the Cedar Swamp

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Wallum Lake, Douglas State Park

Douglas State Park in Douglas, MA is probably best known for its swimming and boating. Lots of folks enjoy fishing there, and with hundreds of picnic tables set up near the water, it’s clearly a favorite spot for families to gather in the summer.

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Choose your picnic table at Wallum Lake!

I’m not really a summer person. I tend to visit “seasonal” places like Wallum Lake at the state park in Douglas in the “off” season, when the crowds have gone home. Continue reading

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