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English, 23.06.2019 08:30 stephanieboyd

The race through the desert was; it was too long and hot, and my shoes were too tight. i had a great time with therace that included an obstacle course section. completing the race wasbecause my shoelaces kept breaking, the road was slippery in places, and the sun was in my eyes. the uphill section of the race was, and i felt that my legs would fall off and i wouldn't be able to keep going. however, i felt better on the way down.

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