Pole’s Hill

On Saturday, The One Hour at a Time Gang, cleaned and picked up on Pole’s Hill.  What a beautiful spot.  Here a couple of photos of the view from up there.  Even though it was cloudy so pretty.

 

For more information please follow the following link.

http://www.ecga.org/explore_our_properties/view_property/1082-robinson_reservation-poles_hill

 

 

 

 

One of the views from the top

View of O’Maley from Pole’s Hill

12 comments

  • Very popular spot for great observations and reflection! Great visions to look from! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    Earth Prayer
    Earth teach me freedom,
    as the eagle which soars in the sky.
    Earth teach me regeneration,
    as the seed which rises in the spring.
    Earth teach me to forget myself,
    as melted snow forgets its life.
    Earth teach me to remember kindness,
    as dry fields weep with rain.
    – Ute Prayer

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  • Karen Pischke BSN, RN

    Donna, thanks so much to you and your volunteers for making Poles Hill your Saturday clean-up project! You and the One Hour at a Time Gang are the best!

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  • You are both too kind a just a person who cares like you all! Your kindness ladies is appreciated just a person like man here who care about mother earth and community – I owe much too the lessons learned that way so many great folks who were always there when needed that’s a community. I really like how the community addressed issues with empathy and compassion….:-) Dave & Kim 🙂

    This song best expresses how I feel here when reading GMG beat the other news any day!! Trust of content and the blogger’s is much better too!! 🙂 Dave one whom I make life with my – Kim:-)

    You know Dave loves to express with music this one fits it best! 🙂

    The Hollies Look At Life

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  • Karen Pischke BSN, RN

    ‘Empathy and Compassion’ are what I love about this community too Dave. 🙂 Love the photos from the video Dave and Kim; so many could have been filmed right here on Cape Ann. Lucky to live here.

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    • You are correct vast history and sturdy folks for sure like the break-walls keeping the coves safe as possible from them big storms and waves! 🙂 Thank You and we do need more of both compassion and empathy and there are so many good teachers of this also! 🙂 Dave

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