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Take a Hike Day
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|Flesch-Kincaid grade level:||4.08|
Oh, Go Take A Hike
By Beth Beutler
1 Last night I was thinking about our family vacations. We have another one coming up, so I was reminiscing. One of the best family vacations we ever had was a backpacking trip. The five of us decided that we wanted to hike up a mountain and stay overnight at the top. My father was excited about the idea. My mother was less excited, but she was willing to try. I didn't realize how much was involved in planning for a trip like that, though. I thought we would just grab a few things and go. Boy, was I wrong!
2 Dad took charge of the trip.
3 "Okay, troops, let's list what we will need." He sounded like a drill sergeant!
4 We threw out ideas:
5 sleeping bags
9 cook stove
11 good shoes
14 stuffed animals
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