They Could Have Called Them The Wanderers
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.
In the little town of Avon, two donkeys trekked through the Colorado snow. They'd slipped out of their pen at a church where they were key players in a live nativity scene. The donkeys were found by a frantic search party who followed their hoof prints along railroad tracks. The pastor told his flock that the Christmas creatures making a snowy trip back so reminded him of the Nativity, he renamed them Joseph and Mary.
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