Rico and Katie Escudero walked their dog Ace, a border collie-Lab mix, along the Town Branch Trail near McConnell's Trace subdivision last week. The Escuderos say that with the weather improving they try to get out as often as possible. The city is increasing the amount of trails through neighborhoods.
Rico and Katie Escudero walked their dog Ace, a border collie-Lab mix, along the Town Branch Trail near McConnell's Trace subdivision last week. The Escuderos say that with the weather improving they try to get out as often as possible. The city is increasing the amount of trails through neighborhoods. Herald-Leader
Rico and Katie Escudero walked their dog Ace, a border collie-Lab mix, along the Town Branch Trail near McConnell's Trace subdivision last week. The Escuderos say that with the weather improving they try to get out as often as possible. The city is increasing the amount of trails through neighborhoods. Herald-Leader

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