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Stopping by the river.
California

On a bike ride, we stopped along the river to take a picture.  Or rather she humored me while I took YET ANOTHER panorama. . .  The American River!

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Chargée: 17/05/2012
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Tags: american river; river; bike; bike trail; bicycles; sacramento; california; girl; pretty view
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