Due to rainy and snowy conditions forecasted for Tuesday, we regret having to cancel yet again the November walk. The final walk of 2018 will take place on December 4. Look for this event to be updated with a confirmed location closer to the walk date. We will be assessing trail conditions before finalizing the walk location.
Join us for this popular series of gently paced noticing walks guided by John Calabria on Lincoln’s conservation land. These walks are about the journey and not the destination! Unplug and disconnect from the world for a while and let your senses come alive in nature.
Parking: Park and meet along Sandy Pond Road near gate posts 23 and 24 on the Trail Map of Lincoln. This is in the area northwest of Flint’s Pond. We will walk onto the trail at gate post 24. Look for LLCT signage on the day of the walk.
The series is organized for 55+, but all are welcome. Choose footwear and clothing appropriate for weather conditions. Walking sticks or walking poles can help for stability, if you have them.
For inclement weather, call the LLCT’s general line at 781-259-9251 after 10AM the morning of the walk for direction.
John Calabria is a certified Wellness Educator who teaches mindfulness yoga and spirituality in West Concord. Years ago John left a successful engineering career to help people find joy in their lives, and feel more connected to this most beautiful part of the world we live in. John spends as much time as possible in nature, including caring for 60 bluebird nest boxes with his friend Ray, who is 88 years old.
These programs are co-sponsored with Lincoln’s Council on Aging.
Photo taken by Bryn Gingrich at the Oct. 16 Mt. Misery walk.