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Title: My Best Moment
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Subject: Miscellaneous
Date: November 9, 1999
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The walk from Gilman’s to the peak is a mere 200 meters but the number of people that fail to continue is huge. Of the five, no one was willing to go further. No one but me. I was not going to allow myself to walk for six days without accomplishing my mission...
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Four of the girls started their long journey back down the mountain, but I, along with the principle of my school and the guide climbed towards Africa’s highest point. Each step was painful and I could barely breathe with the lack of oxygen in the air...
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