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April 01, 1999 - Image 16

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Clockwise from top left; A duck takes an evening swim In a pond next to the Huron River; Keith Freeman throws a frisbee around
at the arboretum;-Brian Kwiecinskl and Gretchen Schneider enjoy the glistening Huron In the sun; LSA sophomore Annie MacEwen
and LSA first-year student Hen Sheh take advantage of the wide trails that run throu the Arb; Bill Harris makes aizy do
some swimming in the Huron to fetch a ball.

Ah yes, sweet spring has finally arrived,
and what better way to celebrate than
with a trip to Nichols Arboretum and the
Huron River. After enduring far too many
months of cold and dirty snow, you can
go for a run, take the dog for a walk,
throw the frisbee around or just sit back,
relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. So
many choices, so little time, enjoy
spring while youstill can.

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