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Oak Harbor High School students Gage VonHaden, 15, and Alex Hayden, 16, beat the heat after school Monday with a little log rolling at Windjammer Park beach. They also hit the lagoon, which was a few degrees warmer.  Many had the same idea, either catching the rays on beach towels or taking a dip to escape the day’s high of 75 degrees, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s mesonet observation network. - Justin Burnett / Whidbey News-Times
Oak Harbor High School students Gage VonHaden, 15, and Alex Hayden, 16, beat the heat after school Monday with a little log rolling at Windjammer Park beach. They also hit the lagoon, which was a few degrees warmer. Many had the same idea, either catching the rays on beach towels or taking a dip to escape the day’s high of 75 degrees, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s mesonet observation network.
— image credit: Justin Burnett / Whidbey News-Times

Oak Harbor High School students Gage VonHaden, 15, and Alex Hayden, 16, beat the heat after school Monday with a little log rolling at Windjammer Park beach. They also hit the lagoon, which was a few degrees warmer.

Many had the same idea, either catching the rays on beach towels or taking a dip to escape the day’s high of 75 degrees, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s mesonet observation network.

 

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