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As we finished Day 36, the greatest sight was to see my loved ones at the finish. I am so happy that they were able to make it out and share part of this experience with me. I am so impressed with how well Brian did considering he is a triple amputee. Being an above the knee amputee is extremely difficult especially since the most he has put on that prosthetic, with no break, is two miles. Surprising all of us, he completed 8 miles, off road. My father also did extremely well and stuck with us for the majority of the walk. Finally for the win, my mother and sister completed the walk with us today, totaling 18 miles on tough terrain. So proud of my sister and all she has accomplished, today was icing on the cake. Brian being a wounded warrior, and my parents both being Marines, today meant the world to us.
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