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Once there, the pond was very quiet and had many inlets to explore. We were in 2 tandems and had friends in a canoe. All of us got stuck at some point since the water on the east side of the pond was shallow, but the shallow water lent itself to the most interesting observations of underwater grasses, lily pads bursting with flowers and submerged logs. There was a great point to stop and have lunch on shore, allowing views of the entire pond.
We circled "almost" the entire pond in 3 miles, so it's not a terribly strenuous. Given this was in mid-September we had no bug problem at any time. Nice!
DO NOT come in from the other side on Hubbard Pond Road... we have an Expedition and, while we didn't bottom out, there were plenty of opportunities, one-vehicle-wide lane and many deep puddles to traverse.
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