Friday, October 28, 2016

Halloween Hike not Bike

On a clear day, you can see Boston from the Stone Tower
Our biking on Saturday will be disguised as hiking. "What?", you ask? "No Halloween ride??" Well, yes, it's true, we're not riding on Saturday -- we're going for a HALLOWEEN HIKE instead, (and totally avoiding Salem's congestion, road closures, limited parking, and all of the crowds from Haunted Happenings in the process.)

Instead, we are meeting for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. (approximate) in LYNN at Hayward's on Rt 129 (A small place -- I've never been there -- it's the closest breakfast spot near the Lynn Woods Great Woods entrance. (You can check out the menu here: Hayward's Restaurant).

It's good to have a map when exploring Lynn Woods.
After breakfast, we'll drive the short distance to Lynn Woods where there is plenty of parking. Our plan is to take an easy route along the fire roads -- not the smaller, rugged trails -- so special hiking shoes are not required. It's an easy walk shared by trail runners and dog walkers alike. The Stone Tower and Dungeon Rock are both open until November 1st, so that will be our destination on this leisurely hike!

We hope you can join us! Text, call, or email Tam if you think you can make it!

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