Pat BiblowÂ took this picture of aÂ deer sharing some hay with her horse on Sunday in 150 Mile House.
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A buck helping himself to some birdseed on a cold winter's day.Â Rod Hawkins took this photo in his yard on the north side of Williams Lake.
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The wooden horse and rider statue at the intersection of Oliver Street and Highway 97 in front of the Chevron Gas Bar has a little "Cariboo frosting' on it.
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Lisa Mann captured this 'million dollar view' of a Cariboo sunrise from the Comer Hill Trailer Park.
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Although many of us feel like we'veÂ seen enough snow to last us a while, thisÂ unique look atÂ a single flake of snow on a pretty winter scarf, may bring new a perspective.
A Cariboo Moment by Laureen Carruthers
This photo was taken in WIlliams Lake on Johnson Street on Thanksgiving Day.
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