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Climbing The Highest Mountain In Malaysia Was Just The Beginning Of The Saga

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Granddaughter Laurel hikes up to the top of Mount Kinabalu, 13,500 feet high, on her Borneo adventure with Dad John Engbring. They said coming down was harder than going up.
Granddaughter Laurel hikes up to the top of Mount Kinabalu, 13,500 feet high, on her Borneo adventure with Dad John Engbring. They said coming down was harder than going up.

By Lucy Engbring No wonder son John and daughter Laurel, now touring the Borneo, said their calf and thigh muscles were complaining after they had reached the 13,500-ft. peak of Mount Kinabalu. My own legs started aching when I read about it.  Climbing the famous mountain was the first thing they wanted to do when …

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