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His gait is slower than it once was, and laying down is now a labored process involving several steps and a grunt. “He’s getting old so you know he’s not going to be around a lot longer,” Debbie La Vallee says sadly.But Bruno’s legacy is already firmly planted in Longville.Paul is and how many romantic date possibilities lie within it and the surrounding Twin Cities area!With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, your team of local ‘gurus’ have put together some top “winter date ideas” to inspire even the most lovelorn: #1- Virtual Shooting Range at Gander Mountain – Lakeville, MN: True love can make your heart flutter, but this date will get it pumping as you and your loved one take to a virtual shooting range.Initially drawn to their raw aesthetics and unique sound, Dessa forged a friendship with Doomtree. Despite being only fifteen minutes long, it was listed as one of the top local albums of the year by Minneapolis Star Tribune. Since 2005, Dessa has appeared on numerous Doomtree albums, as well as on the other members' solo albums. Dessa's debut solo EP, False Hopes, was released in 2005.Bruno’s makes his rounds in Longville, with stops at city hall, the library, the ice cream shop, several real estate offices and Tabaka’s grocery store, where deli workers greet him at the back door with meat scraps they’ve saved.“He’s our buddy, we kind of watch out for him the best way we can,” says Patrick Moran, who owns a real estate office on Bruno’s route.
“The first time I seen him in town, he almost beat me to town,” laughs Larry La Vallee, who used pick up Longville’s trash.
The La Vallees say they tried, early on, to keep Bruno at home, even chaining him up to keep him from running to town.
Larry La Vallee says Bruno “almost hanged himself” he pulled so long and hard on the chain.
They’ve grown accustomed to receiving calls from newcomers in town, claiming they’ve found their dog.
They’ve also grown used to silence on the other end of the phone when the La Vallees tell the helpful caller to just let Bruno go, he’ll find his way home. Someone in town created a Facebook page to follow his comings and goings. “He’s more friendly that most of the humans in town, and I’m not saying that in a negative way about the humans,” Tripp says.
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