Please join Weston Forest & Trail and Lincoln Land Conservation Trust on a walk from the rocking horses on Old Sudbury Road in Lincoln, through the Van Leer land, and down the Bay Circuit Trail and across the boardwalk to the Ogilvie Forest holiday tree. Enjoy a hot beverage (bring your own) and snacks (we’ll bring them) and hang a woodland-friendly ornament on the tree. If you feel so inclined, we can sing a carol or two for the forest animals.
This trail has history as a partnership between WFTA, LLCT and Mass Audubon. The boardwalk was funded by Weston, built by Lincoln and passes through Mass Audubon property. Quicksand underneath the boardwalk claimed the life of one horse, or so the story goes. More information here: https://weston.wickedlocal.com/article/20111104/NEWS/311049340. Walkers will be on a part of the Bay Circuit Trail which runs from Lincoln through Weston to Wayland–three communities of 56 on the BCT.
Please park as far as far onto the road swale as possible near the rocking horses near 47 Old Sudbury Road, Lincoln. We will meet at the stone bench just inside the fence on the other side of the street from the horses. Walk will last around 1 ½ hours and all are welcome (leashed dogs are allowed, but should be VERY well-behaved).
For more information, please contact the walk leader and WFTA trustee, Kristin Barbieri at 224-315-1614.