They would all get together and wash her old car, winding up in a gleeful water fight.
On the way to the pool, with Pumpkin and the Texas widow as his passengers, Pumpkin told Dean that Langstrom had recruited him for the Fourth of July water fight.
Most of the guests seemed content in the parlor, listening to Pumpkin Green ramble away about his upcoming Fourth of July water fight.
Tears filled her eyes, but she forced the water fight at her car into her mind to push out the other.
I was in the water fight myself when I was younger than you.
That young man has been in the water fight for years.
No, the water fight goes back years and years.
It's a pain that I have to ask the voters for it, but I draw the line at the water fight.
She and her husband would get together later to view the parade and water fight.
By the time he neared the woman, she'd crossed the intersection where the water fight would be held later, and was passing the bank in the heart of town.
Dean arranged to pick up Jennifer Radisson at her hotel later that afternoon, after the parade and the water fight.
Dean took advantage of the time before the water fight to detail to Cynthia his conversation with the Dawkinses' stepmother.
The afternoon sun was high in the sky, baking the revelers in summer warmth as they clustered around the intersection of Sixth and Main Street, the site of the infamous water fight.
That's where the kids sometimes go, and after the water fight we figured they'd be celebrating.
An old truck followed, with Pumpkin Green, Billy Langstrom, and other water fight participants aboard, all outfitted in heavy fire-fighting gear for their early afternoon combat.
Attempts by officials to stop the Optimists having a water fight proved unwise, provoking a wet response.
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