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A Work Of (Sand) Art

Montanan Bill Dowe works on his sand castle at the North Idaho Fair, featuring a pine tree, a miner and a lumberjack. If you attended the fair, you saw Dowe's work. It was situated outside the main exhibit barn near the northern entrance to the fair. (Photo: Duane Rasmussen)

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