Solana Beach Family Camp Out

Wally Oliver, Julian Oliver, Natalee Roberts, Alex Oliver

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Families pitched tents and slept under the stars at Solana Beach’s fifth annual Family Camp Out event at La Colonia Park Aug. 4-5.

Activities included a traditional campfire program with a storyteller, and s’mores cooked over an open fire. Participants also enjoyed a spaghetti dinner and pancake breakfast. Photos/Jon Clark

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