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Snow In Truckee
California

In Truckee for a weekend of skiing, I went out in the morning to get a couple of panoramas of the fresh dusting of snow that fell overnight.  This scene is a block back from the historic "main drag" next to a large pile of snow the plaws have built up through the winter.

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Tags: truckee; tahoe; morning; snow; winter; california; mountains; ski
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