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East Over Reservation 19 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 18 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 8 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 8 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 7 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 6 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 7 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 7 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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East Over Reservation 6 viewsThe East Over Reservation Hales Brook Tract and Sippican River Tract is 322 acres of conservation land overseen by the Rochester and Sippican Lands Trusts. There are about two and a half miles of hiking trails that begin with raised wooden boardwalks and bog bridges that zigzag deeper into the woods. Take a hike! Photo by Jean Perry
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Relics Plus Metal Detecting Services16 viewsTom Smith of Relics Plus Metal Detecting Services uses his metal detector to find bits and pieces of history in Rochester. Photo by Jean Perry
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Relics Plus Metal Detecting Services17 viewsTom Smith of Relics Plus Metal Detecting Services uses his metal detector to find bits and pieces of history in Rochester. Photo by Jean Perry
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Emily Dickinson Museum17 viewsFrances DuBois, Judy Ferrari, George Hall and Cecelia Hall made the two hour trip from Rochester to the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, MA, for the Highland Street Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays program on August 22. The four were part of a group from the Rochester Senior Center.
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