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Hikers Remember Tillie the Dog

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 7/26/2013 11:25 pm
No one will ever again be greeted by the trail's host, a 13 year-old border collie named Tillie.

Tillie died earlier in the week, leaving behind hundreds of companions who'd she'd walk up and down the mountain with, staying by their side the entire time.

And while Tillie would only spend a short walk with you, she sure would leave a lasting impression.

Even those not from Berea had come to know the legend of Tillie.

Since her death the whole community has been talking about Tillie, who was as unique as the hills she walked.

Everyone agrees, Tillie lived a good life.

She never met a stranger, lived free,and in the end was like a local celebrity.

A Facebook page has been setup for Tillie. If you would like to leave a message, click on the link to the page below.

Tillie Of Indian Fort
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