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  1. Some interesting bits and pieces regarding this weekend's trip

    So the past few days have been a scramble to get the little things done for my husband's pack. Repackaging, weighing, counting calories, and making sure that all is set up for an enjoyable first time backpacking. This has been good for me. It has made me step back and look at my own pack as I have watched beginner videos and such trying to make sure that I keep his needs forefront and not go into my mile crunching auto pilot mode. I listen to youtube on my way to work and have read several blogs. ...
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  2. And So It Begins...

    I'm officially preparing for my first thru hike: The Pinhoti

    After the success of my first solo trip, I feel confident enough to tackle this one in two sections. The first section is scheduled to take place in September during which I will hike the Alabama portion and then hopefully, in the months that follow, section hike the GA portion.

    It is still undecided whether or not my husband will accompany me as he is just now getting into backpacking. His birthday is this ...
  3. Rain rain go away...

    June 20- Saw so Many ppl today. Silly stardust and longspoon. Mama bear and crew flew by on hill down to swimming hole. Weren't there when I arrived so I just ditched my boots and waded in. Feet to tender so I planked and then sat. Goner came and used sillys inner tube while longspoon lounged in hammock strumming ukulele. Coolness. 4 chubby ladies aged 10-60 all in bikinis sat in lawn chairs in shallows gossiping. Phoenix and healer came down and swam as I was leaving. Got to Bryant shelter and ...
  4. to oldatchic Cake is 63 and will hike w u. You can join me on my next one also

    To Old AT CHIC,
    Cake will hike w u. Or u can hike w me, also. Leaving to hike NH July 14 for 27 days. I am a 63 yr little old lady who loves to hike .
  5. Appalachian Trail Maryland I70 to POGO Memorial Campsite

    This was another short hike to clean up some of my Appalachian Trail miles in Maryland. It was a great weekend and parking was tight at the I70/US40 parking lot. Im glad we got there early, before 0830. The lot was already packed!! Our plan for the day was to hike from I70 past Pine Knob Shelter, Annapolis Rocks, Black Rock, and stay overnight at POGO Memorial Campsite. The trail was relatively easy for the 1st 0.8 miles, after which it ascended ...
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