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PHOTOS: A kite by any other name would not be as fun

  • Siblings Andrew Carlson, 10, Karalynn Carlson, 9, and Amy Carlson, 6, took a break from being home-schooled on Wednesday mornning, October 23, 2013, to fly a kite Andrew received from a friend the day before. They named the kite "Boardy Gordy McBirdy" and were running around their grandparents' property in Epsom to keep the kite suspended in the air.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Siblings Andrew Carlson, 10, Karalynn Carlson, 9, and Amy Carlson, 6, took a break from being home-schooled on Wednesday mornning, October 23, 2013, to fly a kite Andrew received from a friend the day before. They named the kite "Boardy Gordy McBirdy" and were running around their grandparents' property in Epsom to keep the kite suspended in the air.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Andrew Carlson, 10, heads back to his home across the street from his grandparents' property in Epsom after flying his kite with his sisters Karalynn Carlson, 9, and Amy Carlson, 6. The three took a break from being home-schooled on Wednesday morning, October 23, 2013. They named the kite "Boardy Gordy McBirdy."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Andrew Carlson, 10, heads back to his home across the street from his grandparents' property in Epsom after flying his kite with his sisters Karalynn Carlson, 9, and Amy Carlson, 6. The three took a break from being home-schooled on Wednesday morning, October 23, 2013. They named the kite "Boardy Gordy McBirdy."

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Siblings Andrew Carlson, 10, Karalynn Carlson, 9, and Amy Carlson, 6, took a break from being home-schooled on Wednesday mornning, October 23, 2013, to fly a kite Andrew received from a friend the day before. They named the kite "Boardy Gordy McBirdy" and were running around their grandparents' property in Epsom to keep the kite suspended in the air.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Andrew Carlson, 10, heads back to his home across the street from his grandparents' property in Epsom after flying his kite with his sisters Karalynn Carlson, 9, and Amy Carlson, 6. The three took a break from being home-schooled on Wednesday morning, October 23, 2013. They named the kite "Boardy Gordy McBirdy."<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

Carlson siblings Andrew, 10, Karalynn (left), 9, and Amy, 6, take a break from being home-schooled yesterday morning to fly a kite Andrew received from a friend the day before. They named the kite “Boardy Gordy McBirdy” and were running around their grandparents’ property in Epsom to keep the kite suspended in the air.

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