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Continued: Minnetonka teens doggedly pursue pet lost in BWCA

  • Article by: CURT BROWN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 26, 2013 - 7:55 AM

But when her father walked around the corner, she caught a glimpse of Tomah and ran for an emotional reunion. By then, the Minnetonka boys were halfway home, feeling pretty good about their rescue mission. Tomah had been on her own for three days.

“When we had to leave, my husband said a prayer, and God answered it by sending the five of you,” said Kelli Ross, Ashley’s mother. “Tomah is home safe with her ‘girl,’ our daughter, Ashley, again. And we are eternally grateful.”

 

Curt Brown • 612-673-4767

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  • These Minnetonka paddlers rescued Tomah, the lost dog, in the BWCA. From left: Riley Nelson, Jonny Croskey, Nate Janssen, Casey Halbmaier and Scott Kvidera.

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