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Russia 15 June: Torzhok - Valday

This was a beautiful, pleasant and calm day for me and maybe for all of our group. It was nice to run near the pine forests, lakes and the interesting wood houses, and when we had a rest, we could see and smell the beautiful blue, purple and yellow flowers and listen to music from the car.

The people along the road were very friendly and open.The drivers often smiled,waved and honked.It was a very big inspiration for us! I gave the torch to a man who was repairing his car and he was happy to hold it.

The policemen were helpful and kind all day. I was just running in a small town, and near a market the policeman started to announce the Run through the speakers of the police car: "...The Run started in Portugal...and they run all the way to London...." and everybody at the market was clapping, shouting and smiling.

When Petr was running, two boys were walking with a scythe when they decided to participate in the Run. So, one of them ran with the torch and the other one with the scythe, and then they switched.

In the last village, some little boys were playing near the street when they saw our group and joined us. They ran with us for a few hundred meters and during the run they caught each other's hands and laughed.

I ran a lot today, but running was not tiring. However, covering the distance today was a real team work and a very good experience too.

Andrea, Budapest

Distance: 165km

Team Members:
Alexey Egorov (Russia),Andrea Kevei (Hungary),Janos Derekas (Hungary), Martin Leitner (Austria) Nataliya Lehonkova (Ukraine), Olesya Ilyasova (Russia), Petr Machacek (Czech Republic), Peter Zuidema (Netherlands).

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