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Cake survives treacherous trek but can't be cut

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After hearing about the Seattle Space Needle cake created by Kelowna baker Tanya Jennens, Daybreak listener Cathy Lake of Salmon Arm was reminded of the story of how a baker "secured" her parents' three-tier wedding cake to make a two-hour trek down a trecherous road to Argenta, and their attempt to cut it at the wedding reception.

She told the story to host, Chris Walker.
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