David Farmer was kind enough to volunteer to be our guide on a hike from Thorndike Brook to Ragged Mountain. It was a beautiful day full of sun and enough breeze to keep the black flies busy. We were introduced to the watershed with some great views looking west and then south as we reached Ragged Mountain. At one point, the trail courses right along a bare rock ledge that is the divide between two watersheds. I could imagine that in a hailstorm, two ice crystals falling to earth centimeters apart may actually bounce on the ledge, and find themselves melting into different watersheds.
Roaring Spout Preserve