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May 5, 2009: The second day on level ground. (A relief for ankles and knees after Mt. Monadnock!) A rainy day: the umbrella went up and plastic bags (an old hobo's trick I had learned on my CELEBRATE LIFE RUN MARATHON) went on over the socks and under the shoes. 11.5 miles: enough to cross the Massachusetts line happy if not a bit soggy.

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PHOTOS BELOW:

1: The old toll-road still had this Nineteenth-Century Massachusetts highway stone.

2: An ornate mill along the highway. Many Nineteenth-Century New England mills drew their water power from adjacent rivers.

3: "The Great Road." A reminder of history and perhaps a symbol for the road upon which Alan Hovhaness had travelled.





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