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Five Mile Lake Park, Reunion Picnic, Auburn, WA
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Steve wags his tail, just happy to be with people he knows as relatives gather for a picnic at the annual Logman family reunion. Lodgepole Pines provide shade and tranquility around the picnic shelter on a warm day in August.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 12/08/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: picnic; five mile lake; auburn; washington; lodgepole pine; park; trees
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