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Art on the Trail installation offers hikers 'something else to see'
Art on the Trail installation offers hikers 'something else to see'

Matt Roy and Dani Loibl were hiking on the Red Trail in Robert E. Lee Park on Dec. 7, when they passed a patch of woods with white stones stacked in groupings on the ground. All sorts of thoughts went through their heads. Loibl, 38, of Locust Point, had a vision of the hit horror movie "The Blair Witch Project," while Roy, 37, of Pikesville, flashed back to his time as a contractor in Afghanistan, where villagers stacked stones as warning signs of land mines left over from the Soviet war in the 1980s. But their fears were calmed by a small sign in front of the stones. The sign, similar to one that might be found at an exhibit in the Baltimore Museum of Art or the Walters Art...

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