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Old Apr 1, 2013, 7:32 PM   #1
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Default .....a great day to be out following a crappy weather weekend so,

......I went to check on the construction at my most favorite of our city parks, the Southwest Nature Preserve in Arlington which is close enough to my home that I walk to, spend an hour or so then walk home.

So, here are a couple files from that park.

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Wow, they've made huge progress since your last set of images. The landscape with the rocky regions looks like a real winner.
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Nice Bob. Looks like a nice relaxing walk, very scenic, peaceful.
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