By Sigrid Olson

Making Tracks Around Potomac


Lyndi Oien

Potomac children experiencing snowshoeing and tracking in Condon Feb. 24 as part of the Potomac School Explorers Program.

POTOMAC - Throughout the Blackfoot Watershed, Potomac residents are out and about making tracks in the late winter snow. Winter recreationists are walking, hiking, skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling despite cold temperatures, rain, slush and ice.

Debbie Dudley walks every day, year 'round with her dogs, siblings Bridger and Maddie.

"We walk for exercise and enjoyment for all of us," said Dudley. "The dogs love it!" The trio typically walks in the morning during the week and her husband Bob walks them in the evenings and nighttime.

The Dudleys walk with their dogs in all kinds of weather...

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