DRYDEN — Dianna Emry glanced out her living room window Sunday evening, just as a female moose trotted down School Street, right past their home.
“My wife said, Oh my God, it’s a moose!” said Mark Emry Monday.
“I said, ‘No way!’ Then I heard this clop, clop, clop. She was headed east. It was about 8:30 p.m.”
Moose often migrate through North Central Washington in search of mates this time of year, but Emry said it was the first…