Resident encourages going on a quest

To the editor:

Looking for something to

do in the

early summer?

Want to

get your kids or just yourself outdoors? Want to learn all about the open spaces, woods and trails in Westborough? Do you like letterboxing, questing or geo-caching? Do you like hiking and puzzles? You should try the Naturethon Adventure Quest off ered by the Westborough Community Land Trust before time runs out on July 7.

My family has completed the 11 tasks on the Naturethon Adventure Quest. We have been all over Westborough hitting 9 diff erent trail areas, 3 places of historical interest and 1 place of general interest. Most of the Naturethon Adventure Quest involves hiking, learning about and finding things in the woods. What was that abandoned structure in the woods by Lake Chauncy? Who knew there is a historic artifact in the woods that was the first model of its kind and patented in 1895 off Route 135 near the Northborough line? Try to imagine a trolley and cows crossing under it at Walkup Robinson Reservation (near the water tower)! All clues and directions are available on the website. Check it out!

Go take a hike! [Visit] www.westboroughlandtrust. org [and] click on Naturethon 2007.

Mary Aronson Westborough resident

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