Kamal Garg with his wife Lyndsay Garg and two children Lillian, 5 and Ashton, 3 at Sequoia National park just a few days before they considered stopping in Salem.
Kamal Garg with his wife Lyndsay Garg and two children Lillian, 5 and Ashton, 3 at Sequoia National park just a few days before they considered stopping in Salem. (Courtesy of Kamal Garg)
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