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Think of warmer times

Photo courtesy of Spokane Valley Heritage Museum The Corbin irrigation ditch was constructed in the early 1920s, east of Otis Orchards in the Spokane Valley. (Photo courtesy of Spokane Valley Heritage Museum / The Spokesman-Review)
Photo courtesy of Spokane Valley Heritage Museum The Corbin irrigation ditch was constructed in the early 1920s, east of Otis Orchards in the Spokane Valley. (Photo courtesy of Spokane Valley Heritage Museum / The Spokesman-Review)

If you are tired of looking at snow and ice, take a look at the Corbin irrigation ditch, which was constructed in the early 1920s, east of Otis Orchards in the Spokane Valley. If you know a long-time Valley resident, ask them about how the kids used to use it as the world's longest water slide. The photo is courtesy the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum.




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