Fallsmead@50 Fun Facts
Cows and Horses in Fallsmead
Posted on January 24, 2018 11:25 AM by Melani Miller Harig
Until the early 1980s, Pipestem Court and lower Pipestem Place beyond the pond entrance (which were built in the mid-1980s) were part of the 10-acre Ewing Farm. Early Fallsmead residents remember seeing the Ewing cows and horses grazing in the farm's fields. According to early residents, occasionally the cows and horses would escape from the farm and wander around the neighborhood or stare in people's windows.
 
 
The Ewing Barn in 1972. It was located behind the Etelson's house (1409 Fallsmead Way), where the Lurye's house is now (1075 Pipestem Place).  Photo from Fallsmead 25th Anniversary Book.
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We hope that you enjoyed reading these Fallsmead@50 Weekly Fun Facts throughout 2018 about Fallsmead's history and important events in Fallsmead's past as much as we enjoyed writing them! Although they ended at the conclusion of our 50th anniversary year in 2018, you can continue to access them here. They are still open for comments, so please feel free to share your thoughts and memories!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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