With summertime upon us and the opportunity to spend more and more time on the water abounding, the Wyoming Department of Health is warning residents and tourists alike of harmful cyanobacterial blooms, otherwise known as blue-green algae.
“Unfortunately, it doesn’t take much contamination to create a messy problem so it’s important to prevent germs from getting into pools and lakes as much as possible,” said WDH Epidemiologist Courtney Tillman.
Let me tell you a quick story about a horse named Gunnar. Have I mentioned that horses have a mind of their own and tend to be a tad unpredictable? It's true especially for Gunnar who decided it would be a good idea to sit down in the middle of a lake during a ride.