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Photos: It was a plaid, plaid world at the Tavern Downtown's Lumberjack Party

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In a city that worships flannel, a Lumberjack Party isn't much of a stretch. At the fifth annual edition, this time at the Tavern Downtown on Saturday night, the floor was packed with flannel-clad boys and girls swinging their Paul Bunyan axes, twirling their manly (and womanly) moustaches, and bellying up tp the bar for enough PBRs to last a long, hard winter in the North Woods. Photographer Scott Lentz brought back these pictures of the fun, which included a surprise proposal; see the full slide show for all these and more.

See also: Lumberjack Party at the Gin Mill, 2011

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