Online Mad Libs: Sledding

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2 thoughts on “Online Mad Libs: Sledding

  1. We just went sledding on dry storm cloud Hill. I built a jump at the bottom that was as tall as a traffic cone. We needed a jump that large so al rocker and I could do our signature spin off the jump, which we dubbed the hyperactive surf-er. Unfortunately, I crashed into a Rosemary Bush after the first jump and had to sled the rest of the day on a battery. But the best part of sledding was warming up at the hardware store with hot cocoa and squash soup cookies.

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