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Columbia residents take advantage of nice weather

Tuesday, March 6, 2012 | 7:21 p.m. CST; updated 7:34 p.m. CST, Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Many Columbia residents went outside Tuesday to enjoy the warm, sunny weather. The temperature reached a high of 75 at Columbia Regional Airport. Some families took advantage of the pleasant conditions and visited Flat Branch Park.

Canada Geese take flight from the refuge of Sanborn Field east of MU campus on Tuesday.
Matt Paul bikes towards a trail Tuesday at Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. Paul says that he would bike in any weather, but today's weather was an added bonus.
"Tiny" Miller lifts a wheel barrow of yard debris he and his Show-Me Mowing coworkers cleared away at a residence on Route K Tuesday. After a mild winter with little opportunity for snow removal, the crew of Show-Me Mowing took advantage of the warm weather to begin the process of clearing and seeding the lawn.
Camp Waldock, 3, slides down a slide Tuesday at Flat Branch Park. Several families brought their children out to Flat Branch to enjoy the nice weather.
London Waldock, 1, looks down at her shoeless foot Tuesday at Flat Branch Park. She spent the afternoon playing with her siblings.

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