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Brister's Spring

In a shallow ravine beside the red-blazed trail that winds up to Brister‟s Hill, water bubbles from underground. A post identifies it as Brister‟s Spring, named for the freed slave who once lived nearby. Thoreau mentioned in his writings that this spring was a reliable source of cool drinking water, and he recorded its temperature as 49°F.

“Commonly I rested an hour or two in the shade at noon, after planting, and ate my lunch, and read Brister’s Spring a little by a spring which was the source of a swamp and of a brook, oozing from under Brister‟s Hill, half a mile from my field.”

The spring bubbles out into a verdant water course lush with mosses, watercress and skunk cabbage. During cool, damp and snow-covered days of winter, this place can seem magical, with mist rising up from the warmer spring-fed hollow. In the early spring season blossoms of skunk cabbage and sunny yellow marsh-marigold are a main feature of the site.

Hapgood Wright Town Forest Trail Guide

Concord, Massachusetts

Copyright: John Wood
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 19692x9846
Taken: 26/02/2017
Uploaded: 26/02/2017


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