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Harv 1 Feb 17
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You like reddit too?
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Mike Hogan 1 Feb 17
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I prefer ales.
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Ryan Patrick 1 Feb 17
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another industry the bed bug liberals tried to shut down & they still wonder how trump got elected. 🤔
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LCDR DeeDee 1 Feb 17
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...is this what our National Parks are going to look like in a few years?
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Huevus Dubois 1 Feb 17
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Great shot!
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Darlene Woelffer 1 Feb 17
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Good Picture
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Mark Froman 1 Feb 17
Noooooooo. Stop it.
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Big Blue Drew 1 Feb 17
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So many young kids in the photo when you zoom in. Bunch of softies we are today
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Kevin McFarland 1 Feb 17
whoa check out the very first hipsters
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California Stars 1 Feb 17
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@Loambagel RIP all those trees
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Aly 1 Feb 17
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This is probably the coolest photo I've ever seen.
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B N Gupta 1 Feb 17
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how amazing
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THELONIOUS SLUMPT 1 Feb 17
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i guess you can say they invented.....logging in
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JTVA @ Halloween 🐝🇮🇱 1 Feb 17
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is this the first impact
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Angela McElligott 1 Feb 17
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1000 corpses
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pitzdaddy 1 Feb 17
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I remember huge stacks of timber like this just outside Grass Valley as a kid.
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Nanita 1 Feb 17
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such a great P NW picture!
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Leah 1 Feb 17
what an amazing piece of history. Did you know it was the 112th anniversary of the US Forest Service today?
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