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SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2011

A whole lot of fragrance: May Vidmar, 89, takes time Friday to smell the wild-growing yellow roses in her yard on Euclid Avenue near Division Street in Spokane. They remind her of White Shoulders perfume. Vidmar said she first planted a rosebush in the area in 1966 but thinks this is an extraordinary year. “There are millions of roses. I’ve never seen this many before. I mean it!” Besides growing roses, she likes to yodel. (Dan Pelle)
A whole lot of fragrance: May Vidmar, 89, takes time Friday to smell the wild-growing yellow roses in her yard on Euclid Avenue near Division Street in Spokane. They remind her of White Shoulders perfume. Vidmar said she first planted a rosebush in the area in 1966 but thinks this is an extraordinary year. “There are millions of roses. I’ve never seen this many before. I mean it!” Besides growing roses, she likes to yodel. (Dan Pelle)

 

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