George Seaman raised Beagle dogs for rabbit hunting in Pennsylvania.
As noted in a previous column, George designed an enclosed, elevated pen with enclosures and an open area where the dogs could “do their business.” The meshed pen allowed the droppings to fall to the ground below.
Our snowball battles stretched between the Minnet and Sudano yards, criss-crossing George’s property. The rules of engagement stressed that no “foreign objects” could be injected into a snowball; such as stones and gravel. My brother Kevin abided by the rules but creatively inserted the frozen “do-do” from George’s beagles into the snowball.
His direct hit on Johnnie Cornelius’ noggin’ met with the delight of many. Johnnie wasn’t a favorite in the neighborhood.