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  • Hayleigh Davidson on March 3, 2015, 8:33 p.m.

    my story is that i moved from london to my grandmas house after a few years we moved to palmersville. we where just so happy. later that week we went for a family trip to the rising sun, witch is right next to my house, it was amazing. we had so much fun and enjoyed it. i asked my mam if she had been there when she was young and she said no and also said that it was really just a bunch of trees with a lake and hills. so then i thought my grandma would be a grate idea of a person to ask so i asked her and she said that it was never even there when she was little. it is a really fun place to come and a nice day out and is also a very memorable trip.

  • Hayleigh Davidson on March 8, 2015, 6:48 p.m.

    my questions :

    Q1. why is this photo special to you?
    A1. this photo is special to me because it was our first memory at rising sun.

    Q2. what was the rising sun like when you where my age?
    A2. i never new about the rising sun when i was little i knew that it was nothing like the way it is now.

    Q3. have you got any story's or interests about the rising sun?
    A3. recently i have heard about a hit and run sadly i knew the person.

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