After the rain…


On Tuesday afternoon, a rainbow wasn’t found in the sky but on the sidewalk near the battle monument at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Rainbow art pieces made by children have been popping up across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic as a sign of hope, prompting “rainbow hunts” similar to the “bear hunts” sweeping across the area. After all, rainbows follow the rain.

On Tuesday afternoon, a rainbow wasn’t found in the sky but on the sidewalk near the battle monument at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Rainbow art pieces made by children have been popping up across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic as a sign of hope, prompting “rainbow hunts” similar to the “bear hunts” sweeping across the area. After all, rainbows follow the rain.


Beth Sergent | OVP

On Tuesday afternoon, a rainbow wasn’t found in the sky but on the sidewalk near the battle monument at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Rainbow art pieces made by children have been popping up across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic as a sign of hope, prompting “rainbow hunts” similar to the “bear hunts” sweeping across the area. After all, rainbows follow the rain.

On Tuesday afternoon, a rainbow wasn’t found in the sky but on the sidewalk near the battle monument at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Rainbow art pieces made by children have been popping up across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic as a sign of hope, prompting “rainbow hunts” similar to the “bear hunts” sweeping across the area. After all, rainbows follow the rain.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2020/04/web1_4.8-Park.jpgOn Tuesday afternoon, a rainbow wasn’t found in the sky but on the sidewalk near the battle monument at Tu-Endie-Wei State Park. Rainbow art pieces made by children have been popping up across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic as a sign of hope, prompting “rainbow hunts” similar to the “bear hunts” sweeping across the area. After all, rainbows follow the rain. Beth Sergent | OVP

https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2020/04/web1_4.8-Park-2.jpgBeth Sergent | OVP