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Sunnyside: where sheep may safely graze


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Kelly Maynes of Sunnyside had his camera ready when a horde of Bighorn Sheep crossed Grassy Trail Creek into the town's residential area. The ordinarily shy and retiring critters have obviously gotten used to the townfolk - and vice versa. That's especially true of the sheep in the left photo, who gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, 'wildlife watching.'

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