“We have a permanent easement with the DNR to access our property,” said Stogdill. “We now have to build another road into our property for them and others to gain access. There has been no survey by the county of this property to equally divide the road. His (Wilson’s) fence is denying us access to our property.”
Now two roads diverge at the end of Doe Avenue.
One is for Camp Wapello campers; the other is for Ronny Wilson to check his fence.