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Izzy & Lou

 

Tawnya Richards

While snow and cold is a far cry from what is typically viewed as standard camel climate, the Walla Walla Valley's favorite dromedary hasn't let the white stuff keep him from his duties. Izzy the Camel was out-and-about in Walla Walla, joining Walla Walla Sweets mascot Sweet Lou, to draw a crowd for the grand opening of the new Inland Cellular on Rose Street on Feb. 21. Izzy makes his home on a small farm just east of Prescott with owners Mickey and Tawnya Richards. Tawnya says the cold weather doesn't bother Izzy at all and that it can get well below zero in the desert.

While snow and cold is a far cry from what is typically viewed as standard camel climate, the Walla Walla Valley's favorite dromedary hasn't let the white stuff keep him from his duties. Izzy the Camel was out-and-about in Walla Walla, joining Walla Walla Sweets mascot Sweet Lou, to draw a crowd for the grand opening of the new Inland Cellular on Rose Street on Feb. 21. Izzy makes his home on a small farm just east of Prescott with owners Mickey and Tawnya Richards. Tawnya says the cold weather doesn't bother Izzy at all and that it can get well below zero in the desert.

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