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Bluff in Shelter Cove with King Range Visible to North
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Taken from a small picnic area along Lower Pacific Drive at Steelhead Ct in Shelter Cove, CA. The King Range is visible to the North and town of Shelter Cove to the East.

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Uploaded: 06/01/2013
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