What’s the best way to eat a big pancake breakfast?
I’d say eating it with the full knowledge that you’re going to be working off all those calories right after breakfast. The Grafton Land Trust on Saturday is holding a pancake breakfast, followed by guided tours of select properties, in celebration of its past and current presidents.
Breakfast — with genuine maple syrup (ooh, are there any sugar shacks in town?) — will be served 8-10 a.m. at the Community Barn, 37 Wheeler Road. Tickets will be available at the door – $5 for adults, and $3 for children under 12.
Guided tours will be led (or tour on your own) 9 a.m.-noon at five properties. Trail maps will be available at the Community Barn and at the trailheads. These hikes are free and open to the public.
Pre-registration is requested by calling (508) 839-7402 ext. 2. Leave your name and number
Properties with guided tours are:
Gummere Woods/Marsters Preserve – Wheeler Rd. and Rts.122/140
Potter Hill Meadows – Barn and turnout at the top of Potter Hill Rd.
Forbush Sanctuary – North St. and Merriam Rd.
Brigham Hill Wildlife Area – at the end of North Brigham Hill Rd.
Parker/Salisbury Preserves, Hassanamesit Woods – end of Salisbury St., off Keith Hill Rd.