Tujunga Wash

Tim, 56, combs his hair before leaving his encampment in the Tujunga Wash. Nearby residents are upset over the camps in the wash, owned by the Angeles National Golf Club. "I've lost a little bit of pride," Tim said. "I never thought I was gonna be homeless. But life happens sometimes."
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( John W. Adkisson / Los Angeles Times / May 25, 2010 )

Tim, 56, combs his hair before leaving his encampment in the Tujunga Wash. Nearby residents are upset over the camps in the wash, owned by the Angeles National Golf Club. "I've lost a little bit of pride," Tim said. "I never thought I was gonna be homeless. But life happens sometimes."
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