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PHOTO GALLERY: Columbia residents take advantage of warm weather

Sunday, November 13, 2011 | 6:13 p.m. CST; updated 7:02 p.m. CST, Sunday, November 13, 2011

Some Columbia residents spent time outdoors, at Flat Branch and Peace parks, because of the warm weather Sunday.

Julia Litzsinger attaches a hammock to a tree in Peace Park on Sunday afternoon. Temperatures reached the low 70s, giving people the opportunity to enjoy a rare nice day in mid-November.
Julia Litzsinger and Samantha Lambeth sit in a hammock they set up in Peace Park on Sunday afternoon. Lambeth described it as a perfect day to sit in a hammock in the park before it got too cold again.
Carissa Louks, left, Alex Lanning, and Addison West lie on blankets in Peace Park on Sunday afternoon. The three juniors at MU took advantage of the nice weather to relax outside and listen to music.
Farah Hassan leads Ammaar Firazi, 9, across the creek at Flat Branch Park on Sunday. The two spent the day outdoors, enjoying the warm fall weather.

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