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Summer Fun Giveaway! {Win a Wham-O Slip N Slide}


I want to say a big "Thank You" to all of my readers and facebook 'fans'! 

You are all awesome! I hope you enjoy this summer fun giveaway :)


Wham-o Slip N Slide Hydroplane Double 

With 2 Slide Boogies

Designed For Ages 5-12.
  • Slip 'N Slide Double Hydroplane
  • 18' Sliding Surface
  • Catch The Wave With The Classic Wave rider
  • Included Bonus Water Boogie Designed
  • Patented water mechanism

*Item will ship directly from Amazon

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  1. Is this where we post 4th of July plans? We are spending time with the family, 18 people in one house, 5 of them 3 and under. Fun times and memories for all, biking, swimming and fun together

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  2. Our 4th of July plans are to have a cookout with family, and then we are heading up to the Indiana Dunes on Lake Michigan for some quality family time. I sure hope the weather cooperates! :)

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  3. What an exciting giveaway! My 4th of July plans are to watch my kids play on this cool new slip and slide ;)

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  4. We live near a historical area that does fire works every year. We will have a backyard BBQ and then go watch fire works over there.

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  5. Tiffanie h my kids would love this we are going to be hanging out with family for the holiday

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  6. We are going to bbq with the family and go see the city fireworks.
    jkdemeyere@yahoo.com

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  7. We don't really have any plans this year - maybe we'll grill out. Most likely we'll do work around the house because my husband is off. :-)
    Visiting from Raising Mighty Arrows!

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  8. We don't have any fourth of July plans yet - we'll probably stay home and grill out.

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  9. we are going all out with the sparklers and fireworks and celebrating with our families :)

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  10. We will celebrate by having a cookout and watching fireworks with family! I'm sure the kids would also love to play on the slip 'n slide! :)

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  11. ASHLEY GRAY
    Holidays to me are family times I enjoy seeing my sons eyes light up from the sparklers and trying to be a big helper in the kitchen and invite people over who may not have any place to eat or family. My mom taught me to feed people and make them feel like family. That's my 4th of July plans. Happy 4th of July EveryOne!

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