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She advocated not giving dog people a spot in either Virginia Meissner or Swampy Lakes [sno-parks.]


This letter is in response to "Ellen's" letter of a few weeks ago. She advocated not giving dog people a spot in either Virginia Meissner or Swampy Lakes [sno-parks.]
Come on Ellen, have a heart. What if the tables were turned and we had all the trails and sent you way over to Edison. It's a ways, isn't it? Hard to buzz over for a quick outing. And if ski loops were golf courses, then Wanoga would be a putt-putt course with its figure eights trying to make it bigger than it is.

All I would like is one loop to ski with my buddy. Don't forget that dog spelled backward is God. If you had ever seen the unbridled joy as my dog snorkels through the snow, you begin to wonder who's closer to the gods that be.

- Steve Navarra, Bend

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