Downtown streets compare to cow paths

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Negotiating the downtown city streets with all the twists, turns, wobbles and bobbles brings to mind when I would follow the cows' paths through the fields.

Trust me on this. When the streets are done, they are going to lead us all to greener pastures, and it don’t snow in North Idaho.

PAT GOOBY

Sandpoint

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