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  • Dogtown

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    By Peter Albert Todd

    Along its trails and wooded paths
    I view with amazement at Dog Town’s reflections
    Of how all Mother Natures leaves amass
    Its various and beautiful colors blended to perfection
    God’s great creatures dashing around
    Making ready for a long winters sleep
    Birds up and flying southward bound
    Those left behind building nests to keep
    You can feel the history of Dog Town in the air
    As you view each cellar and hear nature’s sounds
    We must take heed to treat it with great care
    Of all God’s wonderful creature’s abound
    So as the first snow begins to fall
    Take a last look at Dog Towns open space
    Appreciate the winters cleansing in whiteness all
    That God has given us to embrace

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  • HI BRINGS BACK MEMORIES AS A KID GROWING UP ON MYRTLE SQUARE. I REMEMBER PICKING BLUEBERRIES IN THAT AREA OF DOGTOWN. WITH MY MY GRAND MOTHER.WOODY

    GREAT PICTURE OF DOGTOWN.BRINGS BACK MEMORIES WHEN I WAS A KID GROWING UP ON MYRTLE SQUARE.I REMEMBER GOING TO DOGTOWN TO PICK BLUEBERRIES WITH MY GRAND MOTHER AND HAVING FRESH BLUEBERRIE PIE. WOODY

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  • Fred, Great memories here as blue-berries, tea-berries, – used to escape into Dog Town woods when going to Beeman school during lunch hours…1966-1968. There was a great blue berry by a natural spring there too could drink right out of the water…Place as filled in since those days at least from what I remember during my trips to friends house who also lived in the area.

    Dave & Kim :-) :-)

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  • Lots of us growing up on Myrtle Sq. went blueberry picking in Dogtown. We would pack a picnic lunch and spend the day there. Often had 8 -10 neighbors with us. Did Woody live with Mrs. Gracie??? Grandchildren Paul and Marcia lived with her.

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