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We can now officially answer what do you get when you mix ducks geese and Siberian Huskies – and the answer is not a productive walk.
Our favorite local trail meanders beside Richland Creek. The creek is fairly wide and deep with a healthy population of fish and other creatures enjoying the fresh, cold water. That would happen to include a sizeable population of ducks and geese. All we had to do was continue walking along the trail and ignore our fowl friends. How many of our readers think that we accomplished that without any delays?
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Hahaha! I’m betting on a pretty interrupted walk in the park!!!
enough to jump in and brave the cold water?