Zombies and rail trails: what’s not to love?

I’m passing on to you this link to an article in today’s New Hampshire Union Leader about a way to support and maintain the rail trail in New Boston. Care for a zombie race on October 6? Then this is the event for you: Rails to Entrails. I like that the race was founded by a couple of teachers looking for a way to help the community.

I’ve written about the New Boston trail before, most recently here. While you’re in the area, be sure to stroll across the town green with its markers, monuments, and gazebo. I’ve been known to pick up post-hike refreshments at the general store across the street.  Pretty town, pleasant trail. And zombies, too.

New Boston town common. The rail trail's trailhead at the 4-H fairgrounds is only a 10-minute walk north of here, off Rt. 13.

New Boston town common. The rail trail’s trailhead at the 4-H fairgrounds is only a 10-minute walk north of here, off Rt. 13. Ellen Kolb photo.

 

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