After a one-year hiatus the Marblehead Conservancy once again conducted a perambulation of the many public pathways that are scattered throughout the Downtown and Neck sections of Marblehead. This year’s event took place on Saturday, May 18 at 10:00 AM from Abbot Hall and ended around noontime, drawing an attendance of 26 walkers. Bette Hunt, popular spokesperson for Marblehead’s past, led the walk around the historic Downtown area. Others joined Dennis Curtin, the well-known local photographer and naturalist, on a tour around the Neck. As always, the event was free and open to everybody. The perambulation is done semi-annually with the intent of keeping the public aware of these old and somewhat obscure public passageways that thread their ways around residential properties.