This Jan. 1, 2012 publicity image provided by Massachusetts State Department of Conservation and Recreation shows Gov. Patrick Deval and his dog Tobey, participating in a First Day hike at Mount Greylock State Reservation in Lanesborough, Mass. Massachusetts has organized hikes in state parks on New Year's Day for more than 20 years. An effort by a group called America's State Parks to expand the program last January succeeded in getting 14,000 people to take part in hikes in 400 parks in 50 states. This coming Jan. 1, the program is expected to be even bigger. (AP Photo/Tim Zelazo/ MassParks Department of Conservation and Recreation Staff)

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This Jan. 1, 2012 publicity image provided by Massachusetts State Department of Conservation and Recreation shows Gov. Patrick Deval and his dog Tobey, participating in a First Day hike at Mount Greylock State Reservation in Lanesborough, Mass. Massachusetts has organized hikes in state parks on New Year's Day for more than 20 years. An effort by a group called America's State Parks to expand the program last January succeeded in getting 14,000 people to take part in hikes in 400 parks in 50 states. This coming Jan. 1, the program is expected to be even bigger. (AP Photo/Tim Zelazo/ MassParks Department of Conservation and Recreation Staff)
This Jan. 1, 2012 publicity image provided by Massachusetts State Department of Conservation and Recreation shows Gov. Patrick Deval and his dog Tobey, participating in a First Day hike at Mount Greylock State Reservation in Lanesborough, Mass. Massachusetts has organized hikes in state parks on New Year's Day for more than 20 years. An effort by a group called America's State Parks to expand the program last January succeeded in getting 14,000 people to take part in hikes in 400 parks in 50 states. This coming Jan. 1, the program is expected to be even bigger. (AP Photo/Tim Zelazo/ MassParks Department of Conservation and Recreation Staff)
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