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John

So how tall is the mound? If it's large enough, I could see the boys trying some jumps off it, and not only in the winter, either. Get a bike, a ramp, and they're of in the air.

Phil

It's currently 4' tall. It ends where the ravine begins, and the slope that naturally leads to the ravine drops off quickly. But it's filled with peril (stumps, rocks, prickly things), things that little boys like to get involved with.

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