As far as I can tell, this is what the controller says starting at about 2:10 on my edited recording. Words in brackets are words I'm not sure about.
"[November] two six delta very good. the ahhh the field is just off to your eleven o'clock at about eight miles there is a highway just off to your right hand side as well off ahh say two thirty now and about two and a half miles north south ahh interstate there."
I was able to slow the playback down to get it. I'll bet you were missing the reference to "north-south" interstate - as he does later, the controller is talking about the general orientation of Route 495.
The Boston Globe grabbed my edited file and reposted to their website. I wasn't expecting that. And I'm not complaining - it isn't "my" file - I just edited the audio that originated here on LiveATC.net. I'll let someone else police the rules of this website (I really don't know if they can repost it, but I'm not going to chase the issue).
Attached to this post is a complete unedited audio clip with silences and other comms. NOTE it does include what sounds like an uttered expletive. I have moved the start point to exactly 5:00 minutes in - so if the half hour raw files from the archive are exact (start exactly on the half hour), this file starts at exactly 1735 local / 2135Z. So you can extrapolate time stamps for each transmission using this file. I included the next transmission after radar contact lost and clipped the rest off.