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Date:10/31/2014 2:51:00 AM
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So, how was the 4th of July for you in your new location? Could you hear booms, pops and fizzles right close by? There were bound to be lots of sparkly colors in the sky. I bet though you were tucked in safe and sound as best as could be on an exciting night like the 4th is. One would think that in my tiny little hamlet all would be quiet and still but the new neighbors threw the biggest party this village has ever seen! Cars lined the street, music played, humans laughed and carried on for hours. The racket was quite an alteration to our usual peacefulness and it kept crests up and eyes pinned most of the day on the McFlock birds. Luck was on our side though when dusk came; they lite a few big fireworks then all took off for the show in town. Peace reigned supreme just as I could no longer hold my eyes open.

Happy Birthday America!

Grover <")
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