The Brigstock family, from left Moxie the dog, Lexi, 11, Julie, Chaz, 6, Caleb, 4, and Mike are photographed in their back yard on Jan. 11.
The Brigstock family, from left Moxie the dog, Lexi, 11, Julie, Chaz, 6, Caleb, 4, and Mike are photographed in their back yard on Jan. 11. JAY KARR/Staff photo
The Brigstock family, from left Moxie the dog, Lexi, 11, Julie, Chaz, 6, Caleb, 4, and Mike are photographed in their back yard on Jan. 11. JAY KARR/Staff photo

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