The beauty of Waughop Lake in Fort Steilacoom Park contrasts with a sign warning people and their pets to stay out of the water because of the danger of toxic algae.
The beauty of Waughop Lake in Fort Steilacoom Park contrasts with a sign warning people and their pets to stay out of the water because of the danger of toxic algae. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2014
The beauty of Waughop Lake in Fort Steilacoom Park contrasts with a sign warning people and their pets to stay out of the water because of the danger of toxic algae. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2014

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