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Wagon rides offer look at changing colors

Joe Dahlby drives his draft horses, Ben and Nick, along the Continental Divide Saturday at Buena Vista. Outrider Julia Conlon of Bemidji follows the wagon on Cinder. The fall color wagon rides courtesy of the Go and Whoa Harness Club will continu...

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Joe Dahlby drives his draft horses, Ben and Nick, along the Continental Divide Saturday at Buena Vista. Outrider Julia Conlon of Bemidji follows the wagon on Cinder. The fall color wagon rides courtesy of the Go and Whoa Harness Club will continue from 2-4 today at Buena Vista. Pioneer Photo/Molly Miron

Joe Dahlby drives his draft horses, Ben and Nick, along the Continental Divide Saturday at Buena Vista. Outrider Julia Conlon of Bemidji follows the wagon on Cinder. The fall color wagon rides courtesy of the Go and Whoa Harness Club will continue from 2-4 today at Buena Vista. Pioneer Photo/Molly Miron

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