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Gunns Plains in August: Winter Rains

This is a photo depicting Gunns Plains in August (taken 18 August 2013). It appears there had been heavy rainfall in the area before the photo was taken by Carol Haberle ~ Greg Hale Gunns Plains in August and Beyond Here’s links to a few articles about Gunns...

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