Sentimental journey

Swafford, J.
November 1991
Yankee;Nov91, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p40
Describes the author's recollections of the topography and attractions of Route 2, the major east-west highway across northern Massachusetts. Hill on Concord Turnpike; First attempt of hill on bike; Turn into Lincoln; Concord; Escapes to Vermont;Comments on towns' names; Descriptions of towns along Route 2; Appearance of hills and Route 2's narrowing to two lanes.


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