Michael Boone, left, and Matthew Snead, both of Centralia, carry a wooden table from the Big Community Garage Sale at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds in Chehalis. Snead said he purchased the table for his wife. "I'm going to be a hero tonight," he said. "She's been waiting for one."
Michael Boone, left, and Matthew Snead, both of Centralia, carry a wooden table from the Big Community Garage Sale at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds in Chehalis. Snead said he purchased the table for his wife. "I'm going to be a hero tonight," he said. "She's been waiting for one." The Olympian
Michael Boone, left, and Matthew Snead, both of Centralia, carry a wooden table from the Big Community Garage Sale at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds in Chehalis. Snead said he purchased the table for his wife. "I'm going to be a hero tonight," he said. "She's been waiting for one." The Olympian

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