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Your town in brief:Watch for the 'snow horse'

Published May 15, 2013 2:45 pm
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Watch for the 'snow horse' • A landmark since pioneer times is expected to make an appearance soon — a white patch that takes the shape of a horse as the snow melts on Snow Horse Ridge, east of the Layton-Kaysville border. Legend says that if the horse is still visible by the Fourth of July, there will be plenty of water all summer. Read more about this at http://bit.ly/13lzsrm.




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