Water Watch

Quinn and Ryan May Seelenbrandt had a cool drink and bathed their feet in the old stone kettle next to Town Hall in Salisbury, accompanied by their mother, Erin. Photo by Anne Day

SALISBURY — Air temperatures have returned to levels that are pleasant for humans, but during the recent heat wave people of all ages were looking for any cool water they could find. 

Erin Seelenbrandt found the old stone kettle by Salisbury Town Hall and allowed young Quinn, age 5, and Ryan May, age 9, to bathe their feet and take a drink. 

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