Two huge rocks mark a path in The Brunswick Commons, a woodland area granted to the people by vote of the Pejepscot Proprietors in 1719. The entire area is a rare pitch pine forest, delicate in nature and stunning in beauty. But these particular rocks and those like it caught my eye. How nice, I thought, and how understated. No need for elaborate signs, check-in points, caretakers who charge money. There's nothing like that here. Just huge rocks marking paths. It occurred to me that these rocks are a much better statement than fences and gates. Much better at the end of a long driveway, I think, than a mailbox and a potted plant. They last longer, too.