Slow approach

IL-boat

A gaggle of geese watch as Ohio Department of Natural Resources employees Doug Green, left, and Curtis Hites make their way in from Indian Lake at the Moundwood boat ramp on Tuesday afternoon. (EXAMINER PHOTO | REUBEN MEES)

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Sightseeing extravaganza

Dowden-vacation

Harold and Nancy Dowden of West Liberty recently traveled with their daughter, Sheila Dowden of Virginia, to visit Mr. Dowden’s cousins Bill and Dick Lease in Tucson, Ariz., at the start of their three-week, 10-state road trip to see the Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Golden Gate Bridge, Pacific Ocean, Seattle Space Needle, Mount Rainier, Grand Teton, Mount Rushmore, the Badlands and several other national parks.

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Ruff walk

Bark-for-life

Marna Salmons of Bellefontaine took four-legged pals Luigi, left, a Yorkiepoo, and Bonnie, a miniature pinscher, for a rainy walk Saturday during the annual Bark for Life at Old Field Beach State Park. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)

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Vetting rain

Lakview-car-show

 

The annual Lakeview Car & Craft Show went on Saturday despite nearly continuous rains throughout the day. Rain runs from a black Corvette on display. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)

 

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Parading vehicles

West-Liberty-Parade

Two West Liberty residents look on during a rainy Saturday afternoon parade in West Liberty as a 1937 Chevy truck passes them carrying bombs for a B-17 airplane. It was from the Champaign County aviation museum in Urbana. The parade was held in conjunction with the annual West Liberty Force softball team’s tournament, which was rained out. (EXAMINER PHOTO | HALEY COOPER)

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