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WHERE THE PATH LEADS

The signs were everywhere, but I rarely saw them: slender green arrows mounted on metal posts, pointing out over fields, along rivers and canals, the white words painted on them, public footpath, getting not so much as a thank-you for their service.

is overridden with these footpaths—roughly 150,000 miles of trails known as public rights

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