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The woods behind my house arent really behind my house Theyre technically in front of it behind the houses across the street But whenever somebody talks about the woods in their neighborhood they always say its behind their house Anyway the entrance to the forest is about 5 minutes away even though it would only take about one minute if I crossed the street and walked through my neighbors yard Standing in the sun moving down Oak Hills Drive I let warm sweat collect on my back walking slowly to enjoy the weather I locked eyes with a stocky man I hadnt ever seen before coming towards me and couldnt help but keep staring into them He held his gaze and I did too What the fuck are you looking atI didnt know so I said nothing and let the spiteful words linger in the air for a while until they floated away The walk itself was enjoyable sweating through my blue t-shirt and replaying the strange confrontation that occurred only a block from my house With the light from the pale teal sky shining down on me and the squirrels romping around on the sidewalk I spotted the entrance to the forest The entrance is through a little meadow area between blocks and its pretty hard to walk into if you dont find a weak spot in all the brush Luckily over the years kids have been using pretty much the same spot to get in so all I do is pull the branches of bushes back and go inside Calfs aching and knees sore I searched for the closet place to sit I followed the path which led to a log that bridged the river which led to a path which led me to follow a certain gnawing thoughtHow is this place still here The Dinahanian Family owns the forest they have a little tree and produce farm further on their land but
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