The South West Mystery Group spent a delightful time on a #10 day on September 27 at the Lane Property conservation area in Foxboro. The plans were that we could take a short or longer walk with a volunteer guide, Bill. This is a protected space on Neponset Reservoir with 1 1/2 miles of shoreline in Foxboro with pine forests, to a sandy peninsulas extending into the Reservoir, Blueberry Island and the dam. We began with the "Story Book Trail” at the parking lot, following an old dirt road through a peaceful pine forest and the Neponset Reservoir before circling back through a woodland trail to the start. Some preferred a shortened walk and others the longer hike of two miles. Afterwards we sat at a picnic table with our lunches overlooking Crack Pond watching the Canadian Geese floating by. Rosemary Smith astounded us all as she had already set the table, before our arrival, with tablecloths, napkins, plates, etc. and brought a fabulous array of fresh fruit; vegetable tray with dip; watermelon and red/white wine. Bill, our guide and his wife were invited to join us. It truly was a peaceful and amazing way to spend the day. Joan S. L-R Ann C., Joe C., Rosemary S., Joan S., Maggie C., Betty F. Missing from picture Maureen D., Bill R. and the guides.