Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

Third-place finisher from El Dorado Hills ‘felt so much love out on the course’

December 04, 2016 04:31 PM

UPDATED December 05, 2016 08:43 AM

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  • These salmon swim upstream -- to dinner tables

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