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the legend of the Easter Bunnies House
M. David Snyder
Aug 29, 2004
I've always been fascinated with the stone buildings that align themselves on the west end of Trexler Park. As a kid my brother and I named these buldings the Easter Bunny's house. Talk about a vivid imagination. I remember taking an initiative to further inspect the landmarks and came to realize that they were just hunting cabins for General Trexler and his friends and family. I happen to really love the fact that these buildings remain in the park and continue to elicit the imagination of a newer generation. Just the other day upon taking a walk I heard a little boy remark to his father.. "It's the easter bunnies house!" His statement blew me away for all I know maybe generations of rabbits live near there to keep their legend brewing.

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