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In the town where I grew up, there were two creeks running through it. In the winter, I'd trap mostly muskrats. I fondly recall my mother having a nice breakfast of fried mush with maple syrup waiting for me,when I got through checking my trapline. I'd daydream over the Herter's catalogues in front of the fireplace at night. We also skated a lot during the winter. Rocky Fork creek ran a great distance, and we'd l iterally skate for miles. Big Walnut creek on the other hand was where more folks from the community came to skate socially. It was a much wider creek. We'd have bonfires there and had some great hockey games, too.

My friend, Zeke, had 6 siblings and every kid in the family had their own horse, so we'd go to Zekes and ride bareback through his woods and meadows. Zeke would pull us on sleds using his dad's tractor. In the summer, we'd explore the creeks, and I'd be catching snakes and frogs, and fishing.

In the summer my family and I traveled to Butler Pa, to visit my grandparents. We'd golf or at night, we all played cards. Grandpa would take me fishing and he and I would run errands all around town in his red old car and white 55 Buick. On Friday nights, he and I watched the Gillette Fights. We'd also visit my cousins in nearby Grove City, Pa.

My family and I also spent two weeks each summer at Conneaut Lake Park. They had There was a great huge three story hotel whose ground were really beautiful.(used to be four..."but that's another story") The hotel had a two story wraparound porch, and the grounds were really beautiful. There was a boardwalk there, and we'd swim every day. The park had a miniature golf course, and a midway, and I recall you could ride all the rides in the amusement park for only two dollar on Wednesdays.I'd get up and go fishing before the rest of the family got awake in a nearby canal. (I caught my biggest largemouth there). Good times. How about you? Would like to read your fond memories, as well