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Expedition Surprise

Tomorrow will be another big test for not only me but also for 1B. We will be going on our second expedition and this time it is even longer. I cannot wait to get started as I am really excited to see what is in store for us this time. After our adventurous walk last time who knows what could happen. One big thing that I am looking forward to is the scenery, because last time where we stayed it just took my breath away.  All I can say is bring on the challenge and let's see what is in store.

James- Oberon HS

So tomorrow 1B and I will be setting off on our second and last expo. It will be a three day hike starting at Mt Raymond and then traveling down by walking and canoeing. It will be a test not only physically but also a test of our friendships and how we'll be actually all working together. I am looking forward to the beautiful scenery and the wildlife. I have learned to not know what to expect and I think that there will be many surprises during this final expo.

Anita- Copperfield College


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