Pooh Trail Brochure - Barrington Conservation Commission

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Pooh Trail Brochure - Barrington Conservation Commission
The Winnie-the-Pooh Trail
Welcome to the Winnie-the-Pooh Trail (aka the Pooh Trail)! Please
enjoy both the natural environment in which it is set and the signs
and pictures celebrating the children's classics with text by A.A.
Milne and illustrations by E.H. Shepard. The trail is less than a mile
in length.
To get to the trails you must cross the bridge over the dam that
forms Richardson Pond. There is a gate that is normally closed to
block vehicle access, but you can just climb under or through it. A
short ways past the bridge the Pooh Trail goes to the right.
To best appreciate the area marked on the map as "Where the
Woozle Wasant," it would be good to have read the chapter "Pooh
and Piglet Go Hunting" in Winnie the Pooh.
The Goodwill Conservation Area is 155 acres that was conserved
by the Town of Barrington and a generous donation by previous
owner Carolyn Goodwill in 2007. A conservation easement on the
property is held by the Strafford Rivers Conservancy.
A note on following the white blazes that mark the trail: a single
blaze marks the trail and double blazes show that the trail turns:
Trail heads
to the right
Created July 2014
Trail heads
to the left
This brochure and maps of other public trails in
Barrington can be found at www.barringtonconcom.org

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