A Winter Wonderland at the Walpole Town Forest in Walpole,
Beauty sparkles at the Walpole Town Forest.
Article, photo by Eric Hurwitz --
created for VisitingNewEngland.com on 3/11/2022 @newenglandinfo
The Walpole Town Forest in Walpole,
Mass. looks beautiful
at any time of the year but there are times when it transforms into
something purely magical.
Case-in-point: When a gentle, undisturbed snow graces the
365-acre forest, depositing a picturesque New England coat of white on
mature trees and bushes as
well as newly-born icy sections of the Neponset River.
The scenic body of water reflects the canvassed skies and landscape in
otherworldly ways -- only, this is all real.
Much like snowflakes, none of these scenes are ever alike so the key is to
enjoy them in their blessed, given moments.
When looking at the Walpole Town Forest all dressed up in gleaming
winter attire, it's almost like God empowered Mother
Nature to create
her most beautiful painting.
As the sun came out on this memorable morning, the scene burst
with even more pop and came into full being. Let there be light and
And the Spirit of God moved upon the
face of the waters. And God said,
Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, and it
was good; and God divided the light from the darkness (Genesis 1:3 from
the Book of Genesis)
I could look at this scene all day at the Walpole Town Forest. It is
comforting to the soul in a way that cannot be fully described but only
You can access the Walpole Town
Forest (only 18 miles from Boston!) at the 221 South St. parking lot in
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