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Wet 'n' Wild

Photo by Curt Sweely

On a summery morning, Curt Sweely and his father were fishing on Cowanesque Lake when they saw...something. They got within a few feet and realized it was a fox, and the fox, Curt says, acted like this was just a normal thing to be doing. He seemed to be using his tail as a rudder, and, at the end of his swim, climbed out onto the bank and went on about his way.