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March 06, 2008

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polly peirce

Do be careful tomorrow, won't you?! We don't want to see you hobbling around again so please listen to your body if the going gets tough. Otherwise have a great day and I'll be thinking of you as I'm attending a Scouting Essentials Training Course. Hope the weather stays fine as BB's got a hike up the mountains tomorrow too!

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