The Glen

Known simply as “the glen”,  a natural park southwest of Oxford Mills was a popular gathering place in the 1930s and ’40s.  A glen is a narrow secluded valley.  The glen on the south bank of the Mill Creek, flowing northeast to the Wapsipinicon River, was just that — a narrow strip of timber so thick that it felt secluded, and the ravine there was like a valley.  ……………

The essay that begins as above has too many photos to publish here.  If you can open Works (.wps) documents, I will e-mail it to you upon request.  JudyNelson08@gmail.com