Harrington residents can be forgiven for wondering about the slim, fit young woman and her dog running up and down the town’s water tower hill — over and over, dozens of times – in recent weeks.
It’s the best way Ingrid Pullen can find to train for her climb of Africa’s tallest mountain — Kilimanjaro — to help raise awareness and funds for the 20 million African children living with HIV and AIDS.
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Twenty-four-year-old Ingrid, an environmental consultant who lives in Harrington, leaves Sydney next Thursday as the only Australian in a Canadian climbing team which will attempt the Zerf Challenge, ‘Camping on the Clouds of Kilimanjaro’
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