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VOL. XXIV. NO. 11.
WHAT ONE SEES EVERY SPRING IN WENATCHEE VALLEY
"The Home of the Big Red Apple"
A SPRING-TIME SCENE IN THE FAR FAMED WENATCHEE VALLEY.
To the man who has never lived in a fruit country the beautiful scene depicted above would seem almost be
yond belief. Imagine, if you can, ten thousand acres covered with trees, each covered with white blossoms as the
tree above is covered. What a beautiful white sight there appears to the mind's eye as you imagine yourself stand
ing part way up the grand hills, stretching up on either side of the valley, and looking down on the scenery below.
Can you conceive of a more beautiful sight provided by nature than this? Or do you find the picture too hard to
believe? Yet such is the sight one sees all along the beautiful Wenatchee Valley every spring as the buds burst
forth and the fruit trees become ladden with the white blossoms. Verily, there's nothing more pleasing to the eye.
WENATCIIEE, WASHINGTON, JUNE 1, 1907.
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