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I would just like to warn people who frequent the splendor of the Yuba river to be on alert. My girlfriend and I were enjoying a peaceful lay in the sun a slight way down stream from the bridge at Edwards when I noticed a man in his late twenties/early thirties in a white shirt, glasses, a scraggly goatee, and brown hair a little bit longer than short, hiding in the California Buckeye tree, just up from us, exposing himself. He escaped, to his luck, on foot. Parents warn your teens and nude-beachers be on the lookout. And to the river perv, if I see you again you might want to run. Fast.

Matt Gervase

Grass Valley

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