Five Card Story: My Summer Day

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One day, I was walking by the beach, since it was such a nice Saturday. I saw about 4 Seagulls all fighting over a couple french fries inside a open cardboard container from where someone was to lazy to throw the container in the garbage bin not even 10 feet away. I could see the ocean and smell the salty air. It was September and the leaves on the trees were beginning to turn colors, even though it was still about 82 degrees outside.

Since it was such a nice day, I decided to call some of my friends and organize a bike ride through town. I loved riding my bike. It always relaxes me and clears my head. We rode for about 4 hours throughout town.

When the bike ride was over, and everyone had rode back home, I myself went home. When i parked my bike in my garage ,I started walking up my sidewalk. Once i got to the steps leading up to my house, I noticed a little snake. I carefully picked the snake up and went back into my garage and put the snake into a small bucket. Since there was still a little bit of daylight until the sun went down, i decided to walk to this small field down the road to let the snake go. Once i got to the field, i walked to the middle of it and let the snake go by a little purple flower. The snake slithered off and once i could no longer see him, i walked home.

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