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Photo Gallery | Ride for Rover raises funds for Kootenai Humane Society
Ride for Rover raises funds for Kootenai Humane Society
Submitted by Jacob Palmer
Friday, February 22nd, 2013, 5:07pm
Smiles in the early-going
Two riders joke as the event starts at Peak Fitness in Post Falls.
Gotta pass the time somehow
Nick Maniscaloa prepares to ride 15 to 20 miles over two hours at the Ride for Rover event.
Heath and Tag welcome riders
Heath Wiltse, general manager of Peak Fitness in Post Falls, addresses the cyclists at the beginning of the event.
Look into Tag's eyes
Heath Wiltse's recently-adopted best friend, Tag.
'I'm just warmin' up'
A break from biking to say hello
Man's inspirational story intersects with Humane Society fundraiser
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