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What I Did on My Vacation

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The weathered remains of a fire lookout, built in 1934, greeted my son and me when we reached the summit of Thirteen Mile Mountain near the Kettle Crest. British Columbia’s Midway Range can be seen in the distance; out of the photo to the left (west) are the Okanogan Highlands. The area is wild and lonesome, lending to a well-earned reputation as Washington’s last frontier.



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