willowwacks.

[wil-oh-waks]
noun, New England.
1. a wooded, uninhabited area.
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Snowshoeing through the willowwacks can be enjoyable to the max–pack up a sack and don’t look back as you head to the willowwacks. It staves off anxiety attacks and limits chances of being surrounded by quacks. There’s not much the willowwacks lacks. These are facts and happiness hacks.

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