Sarah Luckey, 20, of Santa Rosa, Ca. (left) and Judy Thomas, 20 of San Diego, Ca. place stones along the driveway into Morse Wildlife Reserve in Graham in 1996.
Sarah Luckey, 20, of Santa Rosa, Ca. (left) and Judy Thomas, 20 of San Diego, Ca. place stones along the driveway into Morse Wildlife Reserve in Graham in 1996. DUNCAN LIVINGSTON Staff file, 1996
Sarah Luckey, 20, of Santa Rosa, Ca. (left) and Judy Thomas, 20 of San Diego, Ca. place stones along the driveway into Morse Wildlife Reserve in Graham in 1996. DUNCAN LIVINGSTON Staff file, 1996

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