SNAP Hike at Rocky Narrows in Sherborn (October 26th, 2006)
Bernie Hickey of Natick leads a SNAP (Short-Notice Asynchronous Perambulation) hike, an AMC Forty Plus event, through Rocky Narrows Reservation in Sherborn, MA.
Except as otherwise noted, this presentation and its contents are by A. Richard Miller and are copyrighted 2006 by Miller Microcomputer Services.

061026RockyNarrows2 All eleven hikers pose at the canoe landing on the Charles River.

All eleven hikers pose at the canoe landing on the Charles River.

061026RockyNarrows3 At the railroad bridge across the Charles River, Bernie at right, back to us) explains.

At the railroad bridge across the Charles River, Bernie at right, back to us) explains.

061026RockyNarrows4 And explains.

And explains.

061026RockyNarrows5 Atop King Philip's Overlook, Bernie asks,

Atop King Philip's Overlook, Bernie asks, "What better place for lunch?" That's the same RR bridge over the Charles, in the near background.

061026RockyNarrows6 On the trail, through New England's beautiful fall foliage.

On the trail, through New England's beautiful fall foliage.

061026RockyNarrows1 A popular lunch-time canoe landing on the Charles River. In foreground, David Keast of Carlisle.

A popular lunch-time canoe landing on the Charles River. In foreground, David Keast of Carlisle.

061026RockyNarrows7 Another group pose.

Another group pose.

061026RockyNarrows8 Further downstream on the Charles River, we pause at a lovely spot in the allee of a mansion. (See the final, panoramic view.)

Further downstream on the Charles River, we pause at a lovely spot in the allee of a mansion. (See the final, panoramic view.)

061026RockyNarrows9 SNAP hikes feature frequent pauses to discuss points of interest.

SNAP hikes feature frequent pauses to discuss points of interest.

061026RockyNarrows10 At the beach on Farm Pond, Jill Miller of Natick (a botanist, and the owner of <a href=http://womanstouchgardening.com/> Woman's Touch Gardening</a>), identifies fallen leaves and shares information about the various trees from which they come.

At the beach on Farm Pond, Jill Miller of Natick (a botanist, and the owner of Woman's Touch Gardening), identifies fallen leaves and shares information about the various trees from which they come.

061026RockyNarrows11 Part of the trip back follows the railroad line.

Part of the trip back follows the railroad line.

061026RockyNarrowsPan1 Use your keyboard's

Use your keyboard's "Z" key to Zoom into this panoramic view of the mansion's allee with its magnificent view of the Charles River.




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