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Pops Symphany in the Park
Nevada
Fourth of July, 2010. Reno Philharmonic Symphony plays for several thousand patriots. God bless America! The location is the Mormon Station State Park which is one of the first settlements in Nevada. It was a spectacular day. Temperature in the 80s; Five-percent humidity; watermelon, apple pie, grandkids, kind people. A day to remember.
Copyright: Greg Burns
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Uploaded: 07/07/2010
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: 4th of july; genoa; mormon station; nevada
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