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  1. Train down to Georgia

    people ask me why i'm going,
    honestly, folks i haven't got a clue.
    are there some things that i'm running from?
    oh yea
    but there's also things that i am running to...

    i just gotta move on.

    Updated 04-11-2013 at 22:58 by jingle jangle

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  2. saying farewell

    Heading into a weekend of saying farewell, and lots of "don't worries". Really really really.... ready to go. Lots of biking and some swimming this week cause I'm sure gonna miss that, but the ups and downs of life lie just ahead and if you forgot already i'mreallyreallyREALLYreadytogo!
    Monday April 15, "tax day".
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  3. Neel Gap

    Made it that first 32 miles plus the approach trail. Took a night off at Blood Mountain Cabins (highly recommended) split the cost with Hercules and Will. They are staying behind for a "zero" and Will is recooping from some 24 hour deal. The hike has been amazing so far. Meeting cool people, Brian, Jan from Germany, Patricia and Peppy, Slingshot, Froggy Pete and so many others. Great trail magic too with hot dogs and Ham and Cheese Sandwiches at a gap I can't remember right now, but thank ...
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  4. The begining is near.

    I am less than 3 weeks away from the start of my journey. Millions of questions, conditioning, and preparing mixed in amongst the looming end of the final semester interfering with my ability to head to the southern terminus. I graduate on May 3rd, leave for the trail head on May 4th. I will celebrate my 31st birthday on the AT on May 17th.

    SOLcreature, Sol-Latin meaning the sun. Because I am a creature of the sun. I've chased it 1200 miles south to florida, and now this creature's ...
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  5. 4/8 Zero day in Erwin TN (see new link below RE: Last Post on WhiteBlaze..)

    What a difference a day off the trail makes. Today was a total down day where I just kicked back and relaxed. Caught up with some old friends and made a few new ones. The stomach virus has now extended over 200 miles up and down the trail and was the main topic of conversation. Thankfully it seems to be running its course and things can get back to normal. Today temps topped out at 81 with blue skies and sunshine. Will be hitting the trail tomorrow at first light for the 75 mile hike to Hampton, ...

    Updated 04-09-2013 at 07:16 by smsinnh

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