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Photo: All the leaves are golden, and the sky is gray

Raking it in: Mark Mace listens to music on headphones while cleaning up his yard from the falling sunburst honey locust tree leaves at the corner of Indiana Avenue and Cedar Street in Spokane on Monday. “The leaves are hard to rake, but easy to track into the house,” Mace said. (Dan Pelle)
Raking it in: Mark Mace listens to music on headphones while cleaning up his yard from the falling sunburst honey locust tree leaves at the corner of Indiana Avenue and Cedar Street in Spokane on Monday. “The leaves are hard to rake, but easy to track into the house,” Mace said. (Dan Pelle)
Raking it in: Mark Mace listens to music on headphones while cleaning up his yard from the falling sunburst honey locust tree leaves at the corner of Indiana Avenue and Cedar Street in Spokane on Monday. “The leaves are hard to rake, but easy to track into the house,” Mace said.
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