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trod, and to this day they have retained their primitive allure. Wild life is indeed depleted, yet varieties of game birds and small animals abound. One may dispel the jaded feeling acquired through city life by idling time away to the harmony of song birds and the whisperings of trees caressed of breezes. Let the pedestrian stroll through silent, shady glens past the Panther Cave and the Stone Face to the rush-bordered depths of Wright's pond; or wend his way along the reservoir to Spot pond with its attractive zoo. He may view these three waters while they are serene under a cloudless sky or tossing in white-capped rage when lashed by the wind-driven rain. Brooks there are, which take their murmuring course through fern-grown bottom lands or rush in miniature cascades down the rocky steeps, later to ripple gently toward the waters of the Mystic. Motorist and pedestrian have access to excellent observatories, one at Bear hill, Stoneham, the other in the very heart of the