Maple Ridge’s Rosemary Shea and her two dogs, Macy and Sage, “went for a drive looking to get above the fog for some pictures of the mountains, and we found these fields.” The were among the first to let loose and frolic amid the snow on the Ruskin playing fields. “Our dogs had a blast running around on the fields,” she shared. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge’s Rosemary Shea and her two dogs, Macy and Sage, “went for a drive looking to get above the fog for some pictures of the mountains, and we found these fields.” The were among the first to let loose and frolic amid the snow on the Ruskin playing fields. “Our dogs had a blast running around on the fields,” she shared. (Special to The News)

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Maple Ridge's Rosemary Shea and her two dogs, Macy and Sage, "went for a drive looking to get above the fog for some pictures of the mountains, and we found these fields." The were among the first to let loose and frolic amid the snow on the Ruskin playing fields. "Our dogs had a blast running around on the fields," she shared. (Special to The News)

Maple Ridge's Rosemary Shea and her two dogs, Macy and Sage, "went for a drive looking to get above the fog for some pictures of the mountains, and we found these fields." The were among the first to let loose and frolic amid the snow on the Ruskin playing fields. "Our dogs had a blast running around on the fields," she shared. (Special to The News)

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