Sheridan's "Meals on Wheels" being appreciated

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After six or so inches of snow over the weekend covered the ground of the Elk Pasture at Kendrick Park the resident buffalo were perhaps glad for the Monday afternoon arrival of "Meals on Wheels." The buffalo were on the far ridge when the city "Meals on Wheels" truck entered the pasture and wasted little time heading for the food that was being spread from the truck as it circled the pasture. Speaking of snow the 10-day weather forecast for the Sheridan area contains a 30 to 50% chance of precipitation through the end of January with clear conditions returning for the start of February.

After six or so inches of snow over the weekend covered the ground of the Elk Pasture at Kendrick Park the buffalo were perhaps glad for the Monday afternoon arrival of "Meals on Wheels."
After six or so inches of snow over the weekend covered the ground of the Elk Pasture at Kendrick Park the buffalo were perhaps glad for the Monday afternoon arrival of "Meals on Wheels."
The buffalo were on the far ridge when the city "Meals on Wheels" truck entered the pasture and wasted little time heading for the food that was being spread from the truck as it circled the pasture.
The buffalo were on the far ridge when the city "Meals on Wheels" truck entered the pasture and wasted little time heading for the food that was being spread from the truck as it circled the pasture.