Reba & Crosby

Iced Trail dogs.

We tried to walk the trail but there was ice.

We will have a new beach this summer thanks to the ice erosion.

Thanks to the #icewall at the boat launch it may explain the flooding on the other side of the bridge.

We are one week later and the water only has small #icecubes. If only we had a drone to video.

First the tree is still hanging in there.

The vegetation has been cleared between the ice and floods.

On the other side of the river. #icewall

found a big bear at the olde bank deli.

this big block was pushed up to the Armstrong Trail last Friday.

Don’t forget to sign up for #imwithcupid.

Rileysriverrats have their first three runners.

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