Gov. Sarah Palin at the family's setnet site near Nushagak, Alaska, July 6, 2007. Her daughter Piper stands near the stern.
Gov. Sarah Palin at the family's setnet site near Nushagak, Alaska, July 6, 2007. Her daughter Piper stands near the stern. Sean Cockerham / Anchorage Daily News
Gov. Sarah Palin at the family's setnet site near Nushagak, Alaska, July 6, 2007. Her daughter Piper stands near the stern. Sean Cockerham / Anchorage Daily News

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