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At the Deadhorse trailhead parking lot on Sunday, Jan. 17 in my haste to get on the trail (just after bragging about what a great snow car my Subaru is), I managed to get my front wheels buried in a pile of snow. Many thanks to super-friendly Fraser residents Logan and Kara who helped us dig out! Logan had his shovel out before I could even open my trunk! One more reason to love living in this beautiful place — good neighbors like these two. Thanks again, Logan and Kara!

Irene Cooke


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