COLORADO SPRINGS — One Colorado Springs neighborhood is going on safari during the COVID-19 pandemic......for stuffed animals.
Folks on Grand Overlook Street have put teddy bears and other stuffed animals in windows and even op top of houses so families can walk the street and hunt stuffed animals.
One resident said it's a small way to bring the neighborhood together while social distancing.
"Maybe our neighborhood will feel a little better. I know Colorado, even America right now needs something to come back to normal just to even by 1 percent. And, that's maybe represented in those teddy bears and the animals," said Jack Waliszewski.