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Monday, November 1, 2010

A week ago, I went hiking with my dad and sister Megan. We hiked 3.5 miles on a mostly flat trail. The first time Megan went hiking after her accident, she fell several times. She has improved a lot, and used hiking sticks for balance.

Before her accident, Megan and my dad hiked several sections of the Appalachian Trail. It was always Megan's dream to hike the entire AT after her college graduation. Megan told me how disappointing it is that she can't do that now. Even if she could hike the difficult, rocky areas (I'm sure she'll be able to one day!), her leg only stays charged for 3 days. She's hoping there will one day be a solar powered leg.

Here are more pictures from the hike.

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