Mason/Greenville NH EASY. Walking, biking, snow shoeing, xc skiing and snowmobiling, great horseback riding on rail trail and logging road. No wheeled motorized vehicles.
As promised in mikicc.org/revisited, I ventured out, in search of my missing green leash.
I parked on Pratt Pond road yet again. My hope was that someone had found it and hung it on the road barrier. No luck. A first for me! I WAS DOG LESS!
In the finally slightly mudded rail trail, was evidence of a well shod horse. I took the cut off but not before stopping to watch, and listen to a goose fight. In all my years by wood and pond I have never seen a goose fight. My telephoto could not pick up any good photos to post. Trust me when I say the noise and violence seemed fitting for 2020.
After taking the side trail, previously posted, and realizing the leash was not to be found, I took the logging road to the left when I came to the junction.
I had already clocked about 6 miles hiking with a friend in MA. Since I was adding to that mileage, I was very glad to be heading back down the rail trail.
So, no leash. But a good exploration of some great trails. Can’t wait to join some friends on horseback and ride them. My old mares might think differently.
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