OT07 - Outer Tamarack - Greenfield Road
Rolling acres of farmland stretch out here, divided up by wire fences enclosing fields of hay and livestock. On the northern side, hay and dairy give way to horse farms, where Morgan horses are predominantly bred, the sturdy, compact equines used for hiking and trail rides, as well as in rescue missions up into the mountains. When the town is hard-pressed, the horses are its main recourse for heavier work, including sometimes pulling snow plows where trucks simply can't get to.
Greenfield ends at the foot of Salvation West in a simple turning circle, though a bridle path has been worn down on a long trail up the slope, disappearing beneath the lapping blanket of the wild forest and scree.