Bob Smith, left, Ruth Dunn, center, and Jelita Morris enjoy lunch at Paradise Market, 6476 Mount Baker Highway. “I’ve met more people here than I’ve met anywhere else,” said Dunn. Free Internet service and a Subway restaurant are two of the attractions at the market near Kendall Road and Mount Baker Highway.
Bob Smith, left, Ruth Dunn, center, and Jelita Morris enjoy lunch at Paradise Market, 6476 Mount Baker Highway. “I’ve met more people here than I’ve met anywhere else,” said Dunn. Free Internet service and a Subway restaurant are two of the attractions at the market near Kendall Road and Mount Baker Highway. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Bob Smith, left, Ruth Dunn, center, and Jelita Morris enjoy lunch at Paradise Market, 6476 Mount Baker Highway. “I’ve met more people here than I’ve met anywhere else,” said Dunn. Free Internet service and a Subway restaurant are two of the attractions at the market near Kendall Road and Mount Baker Highway. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 05:53 PM

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