At the entrance to Peloquin Woods, there is a unusually extensive complex of stone walls and cellar holes. Few knew it because it was collapsing and so overgrown that it was barely visible. Thanks to Harrison Bograd, as part of his Eagle Scout project, we now have a large interpretive sign describing the “Frail Cellar Hole”.
On National Trails Day, the Hopkinton Trails Club and the town’s Trails Coordination and Management Committee sponsored a workday in conjunction with HALT, to remove invasives and other growth from the cellar hole area to make it more visible and help prevent the structure from further collapse. See more photos of the workday here.