Posted by: norstarnewengland | April 21, 2011

Wamarking in Dover, Natick, and Norfolk

Moving along, here are waymarks in the metrowest area:

http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM9PTJ_Dover_Depot_Dover_MA – Nice former depot, which was an antique shop for some time before just recently becoming a real estate office.

http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM9QK6_MY3646_Pegan_Hill_Survey_Disk_Natick_MA – This survey disk I had discovered on Pegan Hill a few years ago. I finally got around to find it again, along with a couple of the reference disks discovered by another benchmarker recently. Pegan Hill was used to define the boundary of Natick, originally the first, most populated, and longest lasting of Rev. John Eliot’s “Praying Indian” towns. I imagine at one time that the hill had a view – now it is tree-covered.

http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM9J1Z_A_Sensory_Trail_for_the_Blind_Stony_Brook_Reservation_Norfolk_MA – Mass Audubon has been installing these sensory trails for the blind at selected sanctuaries.

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