There’s still plenty of snow around. On Saturday me and Ben got the sledge out of the garage and took it off to the park. We called for the gargoylz on the way of course and we all went to the big hill. We went so early we were the only ones there. All the garogylz came with us, even Theo who doesn’t like getting his paws wet. We had to take turns and in the end Zack and Toby decided to go off and find some more sledges. They soon came back with a broken gate, an old bath tub and the vicar’s best tea tray. It was brilliant! With four sledges we had loads of races. Then Abel had an idea. He turned into a tree and lay down in the snow. He told us to all climb on board and then we set off down the hill, riding on his trunk. (He bent all his branches up so they didn’t get caught in the snow.) Trouble was we were going so fast we didn’t stop when we got to the frozen lake! Me and Ben jumped off as we knew that the ice might break but the gargolyz zoomed straight on to it. (Even if they fell in they’d be all right, being made of stone). But then we heard the park keeper shouting at us. He said we’d pushed the tree on to the lake! He was running along towards us shouting we’d be in terrible trouble for cutting down one of the council’s precious trees and chucking it on the ice. But when he got to us there was no sign of the tree – or the gargoylz.
We looked really innocent and suggested that he’d been working too hard and he should have a cup of tea! When he’d staggered off scratching his head we picked up the gate and bath and the vicar’s tea tray and I got my sledge and me and Ben started to pull it across the park to go home but it was really heavy. It seemed to be piled high with snow but then suddenly the snow moved and the gargoylz burst out shouting ‘boo’! We had a great snowball fight! Hope there’s more snow tonight!!!