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Well tomorrow we have our second and last expo. I’m excited because we aren’t just hiking we are also canoeing. I think our expo group is going to be fine with all of it we get along pretty well and we haven’t really argued that much yet. During the paddle we have sorted out we are going to have a strong canoer and a not so strong canoer together so we don’t separate too much. I’m a little nervous about it because it’s 3 days but I will have a great time and I think it will all go well. I think we will all work really well as a team. One thing I am scared about is leaving something I need here at campus.

Lauren - Braybrook 2B or not 2B


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