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August 4, 2013 at 8:25 PM

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Sunday at Saint Edward State Park


ERIKA SCHULTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Miranda Rioja, 8, climbs trees with her sister and father at Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore on Sunday. The state-parks system hosted a free day Sunday for the peak of the summer season, so a Discovery Pass was not required for entry. Rick Rioja, of Shoreline, said his daughters have been climbing since the age of 4, and that the skill inspires confidence to keep climbing and to reach new heights.

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Bride Kristin Addis and groom John Brown hold hands before their wedding ceremony at Saint Edward State Park on Sunday. Brown, who grew up in Redmond, said he always wanted to get married in the park's stone grotto. For Addis, her wedding day meant, "You can make your own dreams come true."

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Bride Kristin Addis, groom John Brown, to her right, and their wedding party give a zombie pose for wedding photographers Chamonix Thurston-Rattue and Cheryl Ford at Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore, Wash

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From left, Emily Grant, 9, Alison Gegwhich, 6, and Brianna Perkow, 7, sit between wedding photos at Kristin Addis and John Brown's wedding at Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore, Wash.

ERIKA SCHULTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Vinit Kelkar, closest to camera, watches his cricket match with his team at Saint Edward State Park in Kenmore, Wash. Sunday, August 4, 2013. Many visitors came to Saint Edward State Park for weddings, picnics and games on Sunday. The state park system hosted a peak summer season free day on Sunday, where a Discovery Pass was not required for entry. Their team is part of the Northwest Cricket League.

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