Update: The Council on Aging’s May Trail Walk

Along the Fawn Lake trail, with the CoA May hikers - Courtesy image
Along the Fawn Lake trail, with the CoA May hikers – Courtesy image (c) Alissa Anderson

Submitted by the Senior Center at the Bedford Council on Aging

One of the four-leaf clovers found during the hike – Courtesy image (c) Alissa Anderson

The CoA Walking Group walked the Fawn Lake trail on a perfect hiking day in late May.

The excitement started with a lucky find of a four-leaf clover. Many of our hikers had never found even one; but during the May hike, the group found 3. The group also saw water snakes mating, lady slippers blooming, and new beaver chews.

The hikers do have one question, however: Who is ‘Loo Too’???

Walkers included Bedford residents Dick Addiss, Lucille Bean, Aline & Leo Cierpial, Ginny Crocker, Barbara Feehrer , Nancy Haynes, Christine McGovern, and Luana Read.

Check the Council on Aging events list for the date and location of the June trail walk.

Who IS Loo Too???
Who IS Loo Too??? Courtesy image (c) Alissa Anderson

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Caroline Larson
Caroline Larson
7 years ago

I was told that Loo Too was a beloved dog of the Hayden family.

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