Spring has sprung





Whether on two legs or four, it was a good day Wednesday to get out and take a walk as temperatures pushed into the 50s under sunny skies. Theresa Landwehr (cover) took advantage to exercise Bailey, one of the horses she boards at Hidden Springs Equestrian Center in Cascade. Meanwhile, sheep and cattle shared a walk in a town of Lyndon field (above left) while in the city of Plymouth, folks were out walking their dog (below) or just enjoying a stroll past City Park (below left). 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Whether on two legs or four, it was a good day Wednesday to get out and take a walk as temperatures pushed into the 50s under sunny skies. Theresa Landwehr (cover) took advantage to exercise Bailey, one of the horses she boards at Hidden Springs Equestrian Center in Cascade. Meanwhile, sheep and cattle shared a walk in a town of Lyndon field (above left) while in the city of Plymouth, folks were out walking their dog (below) or just enjoying a stroll past City Park (below left). Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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