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Blue Lake Trail under a damp, steel gray sky

Snow flurries and a suitable adventure following confinement from polluted air

The reflection made the hike in the snow to Blue Lake along State Route 20 worthwhile during the first storm of the season.
The reflection made the hike in the snow to Blue Lake along State Route 20 worthwhile during the first storm of the season. (Photo by Elliott Almond)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
WASHINGTON PASS, Okanogan County — The smoky days of October tarnished autumn’s annual highlight

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