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August 25, 2011


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Now that is odd about both the stove and tree being struck by lightning. And they say lightning can't strike twice...

Here's hoping that the Michigan State Fair will reopen at some point. It's a shame to lose such fun traditions.

Dominique King

I'd love to see it reopen, too...but I'm not too hopeful at this point. I'm glad I had that nice photo of the stove to share, though.

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