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As The Light Dwindles on a Cold Day of Sledding at Albert Leonard Hill
USA
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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