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1/4 of the way!

Day 67: (June 19th) After a long rainy night, we all woke up and prepared for the day. Many people at the shelter were planning to take a zero day in town because the weather didn’t look promising. However, Harambe and I were determined to keep the momentum going and make it past Atkins, VA. Chatfield Shelter was just a couple miles away, so that was the first goal. I left before Harambe, and met up with him at the shelter.
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