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August 12, 2014


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What a beautiful and interesting place!

John illig

As a boy growing up on the chausee.Fishing the sunken road that stretched across the lake in front of Sheldon's folly is one of first places my father would allow me to go on the lake alone.I would pass under what we called the willow road.It was a very small bridge.Probably not possible now.There was no gps or loran then.So we lined up with landmarks.Not many people knew how to find it back then.I could to the back bay quickly if the lake whipped up.Always caught a lot of small mouth bass.Sheldons folly is one of those magical places.

Dominique King

Thanks for stopping by, John! It's been a couple of years since I've been down there myself! Definitely hope we get back down there soon!

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