This 2007 photo shows Elizabeth Bradford working at one of her favorite spots: a sandbar in a creek, Ramah, that her family has lived near for more than a century.
This 2007 photo shows Elizabeth Bradford working at one of her favorite spots: a sandbar in a creek, Ramah, that her family has lived near for more than a century. DIEDRA LAIRD File photo
This 2007 photo shows Elizabeth Bradford working at one of her favorite spots: a sandbar in a creek, Ramah, that her family has lived near for more than a century. DIEDRA LAIRD File photo

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