The Southern Midcoast Forest Playgroup had a wonderful time on October 10th, exploring Woodward Point, Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust and Maine Coast Heritage Trust’s newest preserve. It was a perfect fall day, and we gathered at the Woodward Point Trailhead waiting for all our families to join us. We appreciated the blaze orange vests courteously left to those who forgot to wear their orange during hunting season. The ten families that joined us started off walking on the trail through the field and saw a porcupine sleeping in a tree! As we wandered through the next part of the path, through the woods, we discovered a kindness rock left in a tree sending a positive message to our little explorers to “bee happy.” We then got down to the coast, read a story, and explored the tidal water seeing rocks, seashells, and even horseshoe crab shells!
Thank you Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust and Maine Coast Heritage Trust for having the Southern Midcoast Forest Playgroup out to your newest preserve!