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“... 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 .”
“The park-like space is a haven for birds with ancient specimen trees - beeches, maples, and other varieties that attract flickers, pileated woodpeckers, Orioles, song birds, and I even saw Kildeer.”
“If you love nature and appreciate the work of human hands, then you’ll love visiting the Commonwealth of Massachusetts conservation land known as the Elm Bank, which also hosts the Massachusetts Horticultural Soci...”
“... Home for Seniors (Brookdale) and on the Cushing Parkway off Franklin and connecting to the Winter St. Lovely pond nearby, good jogging ae, walking and well maintained by the Parks & Recreation of Framingham City.”
“Fresh air that will refresh you.. The Playground for the kids was also an added bonus - I am sure many families would like to be here The park also has a nice little chapel .. you will find the trees planted aroun...”
“... 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.”