May 11th turned warmer than expected but nine TOHG walkers met at the visitor center parking area off 2A and proceeded on a nearly 5 mile walk. We passed several historical markers describing events of the April 19, 1775 battle between the British and Colonists. The wide trail follows the original battle road between Lexington and Concord.
Along the sides of the path we spotted many wildflowers, including meadow rue, jack-in-the-pulpit, iris, and mayapple.
Joan, Linda, Jan, Judith, Jane, Dori (not in picture Meredith, John and Carol)
After the walk we ate bagged lunches at a shady picnic table.
Jane, John, Carol, Joan, Dori, Jan, Judith, Jane