Mark’s Fun at Kennywood (even in the rain!)

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Last weekend, I went to Kennywood with Friendship Circle.  When we arrived there, it started to rain. But lucky for me, my dad gave me a poncho to keep me dry.  I went on some rides like the exterminator, the racer and the black widow. My favorite ride was the exterminator.  We also had a barbeque at the pavilion and celebrated one of the staff’s birthdays. The whole group went and we all had fun.  We were there until 4:00. I’d like to go there again next year as long as it doesn’t rain. We rode a school bus to Kennywood and a school bus back to Friendship Circle.  I had a good time spending the day with my friends even if it was raining.

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