New trail preserves pledge

New trail preserves pledge

Above: Dick Warren makes his way over a new footbridge built as part of the Radford-Smith Trail.KELLY FLETCHER REFORMER CORRESPONDENT BROOKLINE - Terry Radford looks at his donation of land to preserve habitat and expand recreation on Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association trails as a way to make good on a pledge he made with his oldest nephew Paul Smith a long time ago. "I would say that in the 1940s, if Paul and I had been taken and transported to the Vermont woods, we would have thought we died and gone to heaven," Radford said Sunday during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the trailhead.

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