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Wagon train comes to Allen County

RIGHT: Myron Stackhouse sits with his horses Rudy, left, and Rowdy before the start of the wagon train.
Photos by Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
ABOVE: Clayton Hursh Jr. and Maria Hursh get pulled by Fred, right, and General during the DeKalb County Horsemen’s Association’s annual wagon train that toured Allen County on Saturday. Teams of draft horse and mules pulled wagons along a 13.6-mile route that started at the Kripple K Klydes farm, 5029 Wayne Trace.