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As The Light Dwindles on a Cold Day of Sledding at Albert Leonard Hill
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With the wind blowing, dads running down hill to gather up their frozen but delighted children, the sun starting to go down and any warmth it provided being blown away, a day of sledding starts to come to an end at Albert Leonard. But just wait until tomorrow.
Copyright: Dennis orzo
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Uploaded: 10/02/2013
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