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40 Steps on Cliffwalk
Narragansett Bay

They're steps.  They're on the cliffwalk.  They're nice and well worth the effort it takes to get there on a nice day.  There's 40 of them and each one of them has a name on it.  The names mean something to someone but not to me.  What meant more to me was the cute girl selling lemonade at the top.  If you want to know more about the steps you need to go to cliffwalk dot com or just ask Google.  Google knows everything so I don't need to ... the mantra of the new Millenium.

Copyright: Christopher Blake
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Resolution: 14536x7268
Hochgeladen: 01/08/2009
Aktualisiert: 30/09/2014
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Tags: 40steps; cliffwalk; newport; ri; coastal
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