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Photo: Visit to Lower Falls

Much like his beloved: Dusten Nohrman, 18, of Spokane, descends from a position under the Monroe Street Bridge, where he was taking cellphone pictures of the Spokane River runoff at the Lower Falls on Tuesday in downtown Spokane. Nohrman emailed the photographs to his girlfriend in Federal Way, Wash., telling her that his viewing the river made him think of her. He said the river is beautiful, spectacular and one of God’s creations. He added, like the river, his girlfriend could be calm or torrid. (Dan Pelle)
Much like his beloved: Dusten Nohrman, 18, of Spokane, descends from a position under the Monroe Street Bridge, where he was taking cellphone pictures of the Spokane River runoff at the Lower Falls on Tuesday in downtown Spokane. Nohrman emailed the photographs to his girlfriend in Federal Way, Wash., telling her that his viewing the river made him think of her. He said the river is beautiful, spectacular and one of God’s creations. He added, like the river, his girlfriend could be calm or torrid. (Dan Pelle)


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