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bjj4287
03-08-2008, 01:32
how is the dropout rate looking so far?

Lone Wolf
03-08-2008, 01:33
6 of 10

Matteroo
03-08-2008, 02:32
24 of 40 too..

Tinker
03-09-2008, 00:37
What percentage never made it out of Georgia?

Red Hat
03-09-2008, 17:13
Lots of folks are holed up waiting for the snowstorm to pass. They'll be out tomorrow or so, I'll bet, heading for NC.

Survivor Dave
03-09-2008, 17:26
Young man,

Maybe it would be best to ask what is the success rate so far.:rolleyes:

If you are considering a section or Thru-Hike in the future, maybe concentrating on the positives of preparing and planning, rather than the negatives you are looking for here.:-?

Best of luck to you.

SD



how is the dropout rate looking so far?

Chaco Taco
03-10-2008, 15:03
Haha, very well put. When I saw the thread i thought the same.
Seems like this storm really put a damper on things. Makes me realize that the overall plan gets thrown out right after you start. It has made me simplify things a bit more.


Young man,

Maybe it would be best to ask what is the success rate so far.:rolleyes:

If you are considering a section or Thru-Hike in the future, maybe concentrating on the positives of preparing and planning, rather than the negatives you are looking for here.:-?

Best of luck to you.

SD

hobojoe
03-10-2008, 15:18
Whatsammatter ya scared???

warraghiyagey
03-10-2008, 15:46
Young man,

Maybe it would be best to ask what is the success rate so far.:rolleyes:

If you are considering a section or Thru-Hike in the future, maybe concentrating on the positives of preparing and planning, rather than the negatives you are looking for here.:-?

Best of luck to you.

SD

Success rate?? Huh?!? That just smacks of good energy and spirit to the trail and fellow hikers. We certainly couldn't have that. Oh no no no. Tsk tsk.:rolleyes:

Ashman
03-10-2008, 15:48
I would say that as of now the sucess rate is 0%, no completions yet.

warraghiyagey
03-10-2008, 15:48
Makes me realize that the overall plan gets thrown out right after you start. It has made me simplify things a bit more.
The night after I first climbed Katahdin I wrote out my entire schedule for the next thirty days.
Hah!
That schedule lasted a day and became laughable with each passing day.:o

Chaco Taco
03-10-2008, 15:59
:DOf you , yes. Im still sore


Whatsammatter ya scared???

warraghiyagey
03-10-2008, 16:20
:DOf you , yes. Im still sore
Ummmmm . . . .

GitRdone
03-10-2008, 18:05
The key to success in achieving a goal is focusing not on how far you have to go, but rather how far you have come.

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me Phil 4:13
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Ashman... I really like your tag line's. Also Matthew 6:34 works well for me.

Ashman
03-10-2008, 18:08
Thanks!

hobojoe
03-11-2008, 16:18
Ummmmm . . . .
Calm down now. It was colonel chaco's B-day on saturday so I beat the [email protected] out of him. An Irish holiday, Whisky, fire, and fisticuffs. We burned like 5 X-mas trees.

bjj4287
03-11-2008, 17:10
fisticuffs ----> http://www.lifehack.org/wp-content/files/2007/03/20070321_sexi_pink_handcuffs.jpg

John Klein
03-11-2008, 17:20
fisticuffs ----> http://www.lifehack.org/wp-content/files/2007/03/20070321_sexi_pink_handcuffs.jpgNote to self: check internet filters on my son's laptop.

warraghiyagey
03-11-2008, 17:26
Calm down now. It was colonel chaco's B-day on saturday so I beat the [email protected] out of him. An Irish holiday, Whisky, fire, and fisticuffs. We burned like 5 X-mas trees.
Oh . . . yes . . . that's what I thought all along.
:rolleyes::p

Wonder
03-11-2008, 21:24
A thread just like this started last year too......
Just look that up. It's gonna be the same battle.