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Lichen Hike
California

Another view of the group after the lichen hike.  Nice little spot.

Copyright: Joe Griffin
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Geüpload: 12/02/2013
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Tags: granite; bay; california; miners; park; licheń; lunch; trees; grass; vegetation
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