LeAnne Robinson of Bellingham practices her paddling techniques during a class at Bloedel Donovan Park. The park on the north end of Lake Whatcom provides a place to swim, paddle, picnic and play volleyball. There’s also a gymnasium, playground, boat launch, and a field with a baseball backstop.
LeAnne Robinson of Bellingham practices her paddling techniques during a class at Bloedel Donovan Park. The park on the north end of Lake Whatcom provides a place to swim, paddle, picnic and play volleyball. There’s also a gymnasium, playground, boat launch, and a field with a baseball backstop. CHRIS JOSEPH TAYLOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
LeAnne Robinson of Bellingham practices her paddling techniques during a class at Bloedel Donovan Park. The park on the north end of Lake Whatcom provides a place to swim, paddle, picnic and play volleyball. There’s also a gymnasium, playground, boat launch, and a field with a baseball backstop. CHRIS JOSEPH TAYLOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 3:32 PM

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