A little help, please
Dear Editor: I’m 11 years old and in the fifth grade. I’m doing my state report on Colorado. I chose this state because I have relatives and friends who live in Windsor. I also chose this state because this summer in July, I took a road trip with my family to Windsor. The trip was so fun. My family and I stayed there five days. On the first day, we just stayed at my friend’s house. On the second day, we went to Six Flags In Denver. After that, we went to Cinzetties Buffet for dinner. They had wonderful food and desserts. On the third day, my family and I went to the Rocky Mountains! When we were at the bottom of the mountain, it was less then a mile above sea level and we went more than two miles above sea level. When we left to go to the mountains it was 104 degrees and when we went really high on the mountains; we actually reached snow level!!! On the third day, we went to a swimming pool. On the fourth day we went shopping and to Sonic fast food. On the fifth day we went home. The whole trip was so awesome and I just want to learn more about Colorado. So please, if you go to a store and see a brochure about Colorado, please try to send it to me if you can. If you’re a fan of the Colorado Rockies, Denver Nuggets, Denver Broncos, or any other Colorado sports teams, it would be nice if you could send me information about them. You can send me anything you’d like to. I’d really appreciate it if you could just send me a postcard or something else inexpensive. I know Colorado is cool, but I only know a little bit about it and I’d like to know much more. So, thank you for your consideration. Amanda SmithConway SchoolMs. del Bosque’s class19710 SR 534Mount Vernon, WA 98274
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