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Thinking about trampers

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Now I have thinks about trampers -- how they do differ. Many of them follow the railroad track . They make goes to the upper camps beyond the rivière . They do carry a roll on their backs. They so carry their blankets. They go that way and some of them come down the track very soon again. Some stay nowhere long. Some of the trampers that go the way that goes to the upper camps do have stops when they go by here. They stop to get a bite to eat. And some come to the front door, and some do come to the back door. They knock on the door. Some rap their knuckles hard and some tap in a gentle way.
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