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Arak

با دیدن عکسم قطعا خودم بیشتراز همه لذت میبرم و خوشحالم 

تاریخ 90-7-7 بود 

برنامه ای هول هولی چیده شد :)

و مثل همیشه همراهی و پشتیبانی پدر مهربونم در اول مسیر 

و بعد بارانی دوست داشتنی همراه با لذت گوش سپردن به موسیقی در سکوت کوهستان در حال کوهنوردی و نوازش بارش باران 

و بعد ترس و امید همراه هم دیدن رعد و برق های آسمان 

و بعد خوردن شام و خوابیدن توی کیسه خواب همراه باد شدید در کنار حس امینت نزدیکترین دوستان

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