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On 10 April 2009 my wife's family and I went on a family hike, along with artist James Zeger, on one of the Wayne County Passport trails. The Bicentennial Trail in Pultneyville has a welcoming entrance, with a good-looking sign and an apple orchard lining the west side of Maken Road.

Our group was 6 strong on the human side, plus 1 Golden Retriever. Ages ranged from 7 to 53. The signage was quite easy to follow on the Bicentennial Trail, with a marked parking lot and a combination of painted metal can lids, plastic plateware, and arrowed signs guiding our way. In early Spring as it was, we found sections of the trail to be muddy. One section of the trail had a nicely crafted wooden walkway making for an easy passage over what one might assume would otherwise be the wettest part of the Bicentennial Trail in all seasons.

I recorded our family hike of the Bicentennial Trail on my Canon VIXIA HF11 so that Wayne County Life readers might share in our experience. Please join us on our video hike below, at your leisure!

The side loop to the Pond Trail is a nice idea and will require additional trail development and maintenance in the future. A potential Eagle Scout project for one of our great local Scouting programs?

Following our April hike of the Bicentennial Trail, we ventured by auto to the quaint hamlet of Pultneyville and found ourselves knocking at the door of Mr. Chester A. Peters, Maker of Tall Clocks & Teller of Tall Tales. That is a story of its own.


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