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Cranberry Lake - Deception Pass State Park, Washington
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Cranberry Lake within Deception Pass State Park, Washington State. The bench overlooking the lake bears this plaque:

In Memory of 

Johannes E Christensen
Supt. of Deception Pass
State Park From
1949-1954

Deception Pass is a narrow passage between Whidbey and Fidalgo Islands, connecting Skagit Bay and Puget Sound with the Strait of Juan DeFuca.  This area is well known for its scenic beauty and marine recreation.

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Uploaded: 17/07/2013
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