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July 17, 2014


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What a lovely space - and interesting history!

Dominique King

Jessie-I'm glad we were able to ride at least a bit of the trail (despite the heat and humidity) because it really is a nice way to see the riverfront in Fort Wayne. And you know me and old bridges or buildings :lol:

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