Greg and Kara Olsen stand for a portrait with their son, Tate, for a 2012 "South Park Magazine" story about their home.
Greg and Kara Olsen stand for a portrait with their son, Tate, for a 2012 "South Park Magazine" story about their home. John W. Adkisson John W. Adkisson
Greg and Kara Olsen stand for a portrait with their son, Tate, for a 2012 "South Park Magazine" story about their home. John W. Adkisson John W. Adkisson
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