Snowy fun in Vandalia


The Miami Valley received its largest snowfall since 2013 last weekend and Vandalia residents Ken Bedel and his daughter Kyla turned the heavy, wet snow into one cool turkey. With colder temperatures predicted for next week, this turkey may be sticking around for a while.

The Miami Valley received its largest snowfall since 2013 last weekend and Vandalia residents Ken Bedel and his daughter Kyla turned the heavy, wet snow into one cool turkey. With colder temperatures predicted for next week, this turkey may be sticking around for a while.


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The Miami Valley received its largest snowfall since 2013 last weekend and Vandalia residents Ken Bedel and his daughter Kyla turned the heavy, wet snow into one cool turkey. With colder temperatures predicted for next week, this turkey may be sticking around for a while.

The Miami Valley received its largest snowfall since 2013 last weekend and Vandalia residents Ken Bedel and his daughter Kyla turned the heavy, wet snow into one cool turkey. With colder temperatures predicted for next week, this turkey may be sticking around for a while.
https://www.vandaliadrummernews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2019/01/web1_SnowTurkey.jpgThe Miami Valley received its largest snowfall since 2013 last weekend and Vandalia residents Ken Bedel and his daughter Kyla turned the heavy, wet snow into one cool turkey. With colder temperatures predicted for next week, this turkey may be sticking around for a while. Contributed photo