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Winter landscape? Winter playland!

Squirrely delights

Kimberly Magoon, of Cedar Springs, sent us this photo of a squirrel in her back yard. Evidently people aren’t the only ones who have a sweet tooth!

“This is the gingerbread house that we made at Christmas, using graham crackers, frosting, candy, etc. It’s all edible,” explained Magoon. “Every year we put it out and the squirrels or other critters eat it, but this is the first time I was able to catch them in action!”

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Snow fort fun!

The Baker family had a great time playing in the snow building their very own igloo on Cedar Springs Avenue in Nelson Township. Ethan Baker, age 9, and his sister Nichole Baker, age 7, along with their dad Rich Baker made this igloo with an old set of tools Ethan’s grandpa had given him. Ethan used a saw to chop pieces out of the igloo. The three of them stayed out in the cold from 4-9 pm to make the igloo. Now that’s dedication! Ethan and his sister attend Cedar Springs schools. Way to go, you’re on your way to becoming eskimos.

Snowman alert!

This jolly character was spotted guarding a house on East Muskegon Street last week. Or was he? We haven’t heard of any cases of marauding snowmen in town, but this fellow definitely had a mischievous smile. Our advice is to keep your eyes peeled for any strange snowmen in the area, and send us a photo if you can! Send it to postnews@charter.net, along with some info on where it was seen, and any unusual identifying marks or tattoos it might have. We’ll check our “Most Wanted Snowmen” database and see if it’s a match!

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