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“If you enjoy the charm of small town New England and love the outdoors, a visit to Easton and North Easton off Route 24, home to Stone Hill College, Borderland State Park, and Sheep Pasture should be a must!!”
“We were able to see some nature and also a cow, some chickens and sheep... which my little guy loved!”
“... Chickatawbut Drives (stopping at the Chickatawbut lookout for the best views of Boston) and then you proceed on to Route 138 and turn north and park in the parking lot on the north side of the Trailside Museum.”
“... and everyone is friendly except for one young dognazi... Duncan did a lot of writing for his book "Running to Duncans Field" (available at Amazon Barnes and Noble Apple and Google...) right here at the park!”
“It has a few miles of walkways and is great for walking , jogging, dog walking , or exploring nature .”
“Our experience was further enriched by national park tour guides who provided us with valuable historical information and also entertained us with interesting family anecdotes.”
“The National Park Service did an excellent job with the tour and then we took our trolly to see the Peace Field home where John and Abigail spent their final days and where John Quincy Adams also spent his days.”