At out project site on the Quinobequin Road trail we had the pleasure of making acquaintances with multiple trail users. Many were eager to ask us what we were doing and where we were from. Most of the users lived in the surrounding neighborhood and were very happy to have the section of trail moved to keep it out of the water that covered the path in the wet season. One of the highlights of being on this section of trail was seeing massive snapping turtles mating. It was something most of our crew had never witnessed before. The turtles were 40 lbs each and made quite a scene by the muddy bank.
May 11, 2015 •