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Anchor Diamond Park

 The day after we had snow we decided to go check out the new hiking trails just a couple miles up the road from us
 It's 278 acres that was donated to the town & will eventually have miles of trails open
 There are only two trails open but all the dotted lines are the proposed one they are working on

 There is a stream that we crossed a couple times

 Big beautiful old trees
 This is the remains of a mansion that burned back in the 1930's.....they will be doing an archeological dig sometime in the future

 Molly was leading the way but kept waiting impatiently when we were too slow for her!

 This is an old fireplace

 Beautiful hike & we can't wait until all the trails are open.


  1. soo lovely. How wonderful that they are making more trails.


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