SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Nick Garrett and his northern Utah buddies know how to kid around, from burying a treasure chest filled with chocolate coins on Venice Beach to doing flips off the roof of a house into what they call the "World's Biggest Pile of Leaves."
Three of their YouTube videos have gone viral, generating a little cash for them and even laughs from those who need it most - victims of Hurricane Sandy.
It's easy to laugh watching Garrett and friends do back flips and cartwheels into a leaf pile that grew to 17 feet high and 60 feet in circumference, with an estimated 20,000 pounds of leaves they collected across Logan
The YouTube video already has been viewed 1.5 million times, and may surpass the 1.8 million hits on "Fake Treasure."
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