Last Sunday eight of us walked the outer loop of the Cossingham Road Farm trails. It was a gem of a day; summer warm but not hot with just enough breeze to keep us insect free. Blackberries were blossoming here and there and some of the summer wildflowers, such as the blue eyed grass, made several appearances. The woods were quiet, beautiful and peaceful; our many conversations the only sounds. The last part of the trail was an easy downhill along a pasture with a wonderful view of Moose, Smarts, Cube and Moosilauke Mountains in front of us. As one of us said along the way ” I haven’t hiked with a group in a long time. It’s nice.” Sharing seems to add to the pleasure. Join us some Sunday.
Roger Hanlon, UVLT Trustee and Sunday Stroll Leader
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