Our Father's Day hike
Today is Friday, June 26th
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Hello everyone! Today we’re sharing a picture from the hiking trail we visited for Father’s Day to celebrate our Bindery Dad, Jason. The trail began with climbing the stairs to a small observation tower atop a hill that opened up over a beautiful view of Narragansett Bay in Tiverton. We enjoyed the small wooden bridges installed over creeks and the smell of fresh earth after a week of work. The trail was located in Fort Barton Woods, land which is now named for revolutionary war era Lieutenant William Barton, but which was originally occupied by the indigenous Pocassets prior to the atrocities of King Philip’s War.