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Earthmover

Trying a new app on my phone

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Just a little ride with my daughter to charge the batterys and give the dogs a run the small kick near the start @ part 1. is my girl & I following some Green Sea turtle tracks to see where its nest is so we can come back in three months and hope fully watch them running across the beach back to the water

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