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Photo: Glowing emerald crown above Priest Lake

Out for a night of relaxation at Priest Lake on Aug. 25, 2014, Craig Goodwin of Spokane found a natural late show worth staying up to watch. “I stopped by Hill’s Resort, stoked up the coals in a fire pit, sat back and watched one of the most incredible natural displays I’ve ever witnessed,” he said, noting that he's glad he lingered into the wee hours of Aug. 26. “At about 2 a.m., the Northern Lights exploded over the lake with more drama than any fireworks show could hope to muster.” (Craig Goodwin)
Out for a night of relaxation at Priest Lake on Aug. 25, 2014, Craig Goodwin of Spokane found a natural late show worth staying up to watch. “I stopped by Hill’s Resort, stoked up the coals in a fire pit, sat back and watched one of the most incredible natural displays I’ve ever witnessed,” he said, noting that he's glad he lingered into the wee hours of Aug. 26. “At about 2 a.m., the Northern Lights exploded over the lake with more drama than any fireworks show could hope to muster.” (Craig Goodwin)

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