Good weather for ducks…and geese


Nearly two inches of rain fell in a 12-hour period in Mason County, resulting in some flash flooding and creating a “spare ” pond at Krodel Park. Pictured are the familiar Canadian Geese taking advantage of a new, but temporary, watering hole next to the actual lake at the park, the latter of which was spilling over on to the walking path in some places on Wednesday. More on Wednesday’s storms in a story located below, on page one.


Nearly two inches of rain fell in a 12-hour period in Mason County, resulting in some flash flooding and creating a “spare ” pond at Krodel Park. Pictured are the familiar Canadian Geese taking advantage of a new, but temporary, watering hole next to the actual lake at the park, the latter of which was spilling over on to the walking path in some places on Wednesday. More on Wednesday’s storms in a story located below, on page one.

Nearly two inches of rain fell in a 12-hour period in Mason County, resulting in some flash flooding and creating a “spare ” pond at Krodel Park. Pictured are the familiar Canadian Geese taking advantage of a new, but temporary, watering hole next to the actual lake at the park, the latter of which was spilling over on to the walking path in some places on Wednesday. More on Wednesday’s storms in a story located below, on page one.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/03/web1_3.2-PPR-Geese.jpgNearly two inches of rain fell in a 12-hour period in Mason County, resulting in some flash flooding and creating a “spare ” pond at Krodel Park. Pictured are the familiar Canadian Geese taking advantage of a new, but temporary, watering hole next to the actual lake at the park, the latter of which was spilling over on to the walking path in some places on Wednesday. More on Wednesday’s storms in a story located below, on page one.