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gabo

If you think that's a lot of bubble gum, you should check out Bubble Gum Alley in San Luis Obispo CA. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bubblegum_Alley) It's an entire alley covered in Bubble gum. In some places it goes as high as 18 feet!

David

Interesting...I've been to Seattle quite often in the past year, and never really realized that Gum Wall existed. I gotta keep an eye out for it next time I go.

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