Then it was time to head out to the "Forest"....a lovely drive and we were there.
This place is an incredible habitat. You can not look in any one direction and not see beauty.
This is a seep...there are brook trout that use this "above, and below ground" waterway.
It would not be New England without old stone walls.
A wild brook trout stream...cooled by underground springs that keep the water in the 50's even in the summer. I could not get in there to fish for I was not in waders.
In areas I could access I was able to coax a few fish.
My guide for the day, a very knowledgeable Bruce Osterling.
There are not many cold water stream in eastern Massachusetts, but this is one of them. I can't say thanks enough to the people who work so hard to preserve this area, and others like it. The brook trout needs as many friends as he can get, and Sudbury Valley Trustees are a "Best Friend"
One of several brought to hand this day...a true wild New Englander, a native and a friend.