Deer life cycle baffles tourists

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Deer life cycle baffles tourists

They ask some funny questions; we provide some answers
Tourists need information, and at times, they ask the darnedest questions. Billy Drennan, foreground, of Little Rock, Ark., said he and his wife, Angelea, right, and son, Noah, 5, visit Durango a couple of times a year. They were last in town for The Polar Express.
Kathy Harper, right, of Outlaw Tours answers a visitor’s inquiries on a recent Saturday afternoon. One time, she heard a tourist wonder aloud who’d planted all the flowers along the highway to Silverton.
The sandwich board guy is one of many tourist-helping employees along Main Avenue who help answer all manner of questions.
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Deer life cycle baffles tourists

Tourists need information, and at times, they ask the darnedest questions. Billy Drennan, foreground, of Little Rock, Ark., said he and his wife, Angelea, right, and son, Noah, 5, visit Durango a couple of times a year. They were last in town for The Polar Express.
Kathy Harper, right, of Outlaw Tours answers a visitor’s inquiries on a recent Saturday afternoon. One time, she heard a tourist wonder aloud who’d planted all the flowers along the highway to Silverton.
The sandwich board guy is one of many tourist-helping employees along Main Avenue who help answer all manner of questions.
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