No cars are screeching to a halt today to see the stone (even if it could be seen) on the wayside where vines now climb, bearing a message some heavy hammer and tired arm chiselled onto a rock's face one hot summer day before the Great War, reminding us what someone thought it important to remember, that "nearby," on the Sandy Hill Plain, a training field and government store- houses once stood in 1720, possibly the biggest news ever on River Road, besides the river. Sudbury Mass. June 19, 2004

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