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Quinlan, 11, was fascinated by a radio-controlled miniature Jeep at Aldergrove Athletic Park at 26770 29 Ave. on  Easter Monday.  Shawn O’Brien and son Taylor, the Jeep’s owners, briefly paused the action to permit a closer look. - Dan FERGUSON/Langley Times
Quinlan, 11, was fascinated by a radio-controlled miniature Jeep at Aldergrove Athletic Park at 26770 29 Ave. on Easter Monday. Shawn O’Brien and son Taylor, the Jeep’s owners, briefly paused the action to permit a closer look.
— image credit: Dan FERGUSON/Langley Times
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