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It was a fine day for a swim

Oct 6, 2022 | Crestline, Features, Front Page


Despite the beach area being closed for the season, this bear decided to take a swim in Lake Gregory on Monday, Oct. 3. Following his swim, he checked out the boat house shore area and then returned to the forest. Remember that these bears that live in the local forest are wild animals and should be avoided when seen. (Photo by Nathan Godwin)

1 Comment

  1. Hfbtech

    So frightening and cute all at the same time!

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