The forest fire spread through the houses, businesses, and schools
Firstly, the newspaper ad listed the phone number
A good, old walking cane is made of oak and set to last a long time
No, the newspaper ad didn't trick me
Over the mountain next to the town, the forest fire raged on
Snapping slowly, the walking cane creaked
The forest fire, after burning for days, finally was put out
Grandpa, where is the newspaper ad
The walking cane, a very old tool, can be very helpful
Bill said,”Put out the fire at section B.”
The newspaper ad is interesting, or maybe I'm just bored
The forest fire, which usually begin in dry climates, ignited in Pulaski
The walking cane was made on April 17, 1843, in Sweden
The newspaper ad is from San Diego, California
Dear Bill, She wrote
Inside, the ad was a trick
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