Tried something new in my usual Upper Gussy Trail circuit because I wanted to hit The Cleavage before the rain came and it got too dark to film it with the handlebar cam, so I went into the forest the same way I usually exit. Tracking on the GPS was a little off, though.
I figured I would just pop out on the ROW that was Albert's Hill and continue my usual loop. When I went in that way the night before I drove over some grass to park further up the ROW when the owner of the nearby house came out and asked me not to park there. I introduced myself and reminded her that we had met before through a mutual trail building acquaintance and said that I was more than welcome to park in her driveway in stead of driving on her grass. Since she was being so accommodating I didn't feel it was necessary to point out that it's a town right of way (ROW) up to the edge of the forest. I wonder if the town transferred the land to her? I figured when I rode down through there again and if I ran into her I would ask but she wasn't out.