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pickerel lake
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Enjoying a beautiful mothersday out on the lake. The big family out on the deck eating brunch. One of the first to get the dock in for the year. 

Copyright: Dan moellering
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Caricate: 10/05/2011
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Tags: lake; pickerel lake; petoskey; mi
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