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PAGE 12 THE PRESS , 2013 You know it's no longer wirCer in ND when snowsuits are not manditory. Left: Maison Munoz finds plenty of wind to help fly her kite. Center: JoAnn Okeson tries on a hat at a rummage sale with the help of Dianne Greicar. Right: Piper Agotness and her sister Miley share an um- brella in damp weather. Lower Left: Park River pool will eventually open. Lifuards found a nice day to clean the pool, but four and one-half inches of rain followed the next day. Lifeguards busy cleaning are Phoebe Francis, (I-r) Taylor Nelson, Kendall Slebodnik, Abby Zikmund, Tricia Zikmund Claire Welch and die Void. Lower Right: We had flooding.., in some cases more than once. Here Tim Swenson provides some wave action for Laura Luhr who thought she was on hig.h enough ground sitting on me throne removed from the basement. The town of Minto had some significant flooding this spring i it or not) takes priority. ... activity is hopping in the great Above: Orville Kjellancl did find some time between rain to kick up some dust and plant some wheat south of Edinburg along Highway 32. Right: The robins did return this spring, tins one T0uno am- ple water for a curbside bath. ++ flowers O start to (real or not). Left: There were flowers although some were the painted variety. Jen Butler took advantage of one of the few nice days to p.aint daisies on the window of Prairie Roots Gifts and Collect- ables on main street Park River. Right: The Pa'rk River Dairy Queen did open. One of the dining highlights the Dairy Queen not only serves delicious food but employees such as Molly Sobolk (i-r) Josie Thompson and Tricia Zikmund will serve up your food with a smile. Photos: Larry Biri ... even if you're not sure which season it is, it sure is nicer outside than it was in January (and Februar and March, and April...)