Rebecca Sauter of Bellingham walks along the beach at Teddy Bear Cove in spring 2010.
Rebecca Sauter of Bellingham walks along the beach at Teddy Bear Cove in spring 2010. Robert Mittendorf rmittendorf@bham.com The Bellingham Herald
Rebecca Sauter of Bellingham walks along the beach at Teddy Bear Cove in spring 2010. Robert Mittendorf rmittendorf@bham.com The Bellingham Herald

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