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I, Anonymous: Your Drone Ruined Our Day at the Beach. Then a Tree Ruined Your Drone. Ha ha ha. by Anonymous A sweet summer memory: It was a nice day at Mount Baker Beach. As the kids splashed in the water, the other dozen or so of us watched ospreys and eagles glide above. Suddenly your noisy drone appeared, and we watched you controlling it from the Colman stairs. You zoomed in close to the kids on the dock.
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