Date: 9/27/18 6:45 pm From: Ian Stewart <istew...> Subject: [de-birds] DOS trip Saturday: More fowles of the air
Hear ye, hear ye! During the year of our lord 1765 we were surveying a
mysterious trail through the hidden depths of White Clay Creek State Park
in the 'Welsh Tract' of William Penn's land. We were gladdened to the heart
by goodly views of colorful fowles of the air, too many to describe, and
their songs lifted our weary legs.
This Saturday morning we are returning to the same hallowed trail our feet
trod over 250 years ago in search of more fowles, especially ye migrants.
This gentle perambulation will start at 8 bells and last until 11, when we
may visit a local ale house. Please bring field glasses, provisions and
clay pipes (no muskets allowed in state parks). We meet at horse stop # 1
Tract Road near Landenberg (map below). None of the king's parking taxes
are levied here. If ye be lost, our number be (859) 333-8817.
We are your humble servants,
Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon