tdc1102 Carry on Young Rider

Carry on Young Rider

It is a legacy forged by generations of people with a passion for motorcycling, a commitment to honor and build on the past, and the determination to seek out new opportunities for the future. Much like a family, gleesingkiddespite intermarriage and even close personal friendships, Milwaukee’s brewers were often an argumentative bunch.

Tonight, however, was different. About that time, Tom made the closest thing a five-year-old gets to make, an executive decision by abandoning kindergarten class for the verdant hills and playground of Riverside Park.

KID, YOU”LL MOVE MOUNTAINS!

tdc1102    5 in 1 Story

Grab the 5 nearest books around you. (Novels or textbooks, whatever story you’re wanting to make.)

Create a story from the following:

  • The first sentence on p. 1 of the first book.
  • The seventh sentence on p. 5 of the second book.
  • The first sentence of the third paragraph on p. 20 of the third book.
  • The fifteenth sentence on p. 47 of the fourth book.
  • The last sentence on the last page of the fifth book.
  • Give it a catchy title!
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