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  1. Blood Mountain

    Hiked from Vogel to summit of Blood Mtn yesterday. A lot of ice on top 1/3 of mountain, especially at peak. Have now gotten in LeConte (to Icewater Springs), the Unicoi trifecta (Rocky, Tray, and then Rocky again to get back to the car), Blood a number of times, Springer a couple of times. Heading off to Cohutta this Saturday AM for a weekend hike. Excited to start counting down.
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  2. 2016 Thru-Hike Registry

    Quote Originally Posted by Wool View Post
    Trail Name: NothingYet
    Direction: NOBO

    Estimated Start Date : March 10th
    Approach Trail - yes

    Ready to go! Good luck everyone and I'll see you out there. Taking my time, deadline of October to finish!


    Officially posting start date!

    Anyone else starting March 10th? I'll be taking the Amtrak down to Atlanta as well. Hope to see you all out there!
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  3. SOBO Gear List Help...

    Quote Originally Posted by morri50n View Post
    I don't know if I'm planning too early or not, but I'm trying to figure out my gear list to start a SOBO thru-hike around June 1, 2014 (solo female). So far this is what I have... (weight is in oz)

    Shelter: Tarptent Rainbow (34 oz)
    Pack: LL Bean Women's AT 55 (50 oz)
    Bag: Western Mountaineering Ultralite (38 oz)
    Pad: ThermaRest RidgeRest-Small (9oz)

    COOKING/WATER
    Fancy Feast Stove .2
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  4. Travis McGee, John Muir, and me, still in Cedar Key 10

    Lately, my pal Lefty is doing much better. We spent the MLK three day weekend together in the woods near Chattahoochee, Florida. His back is doing tons better and he was even able to put in a few miles on the trail. To say we had a large time would be an understatement. Even though I was diligent and put in quite a few miles walking on the trails at Torreya SP, I did succumb to the pressure to cut loose and broke training one night. The lure of good bourbon and fine cigars around a warm, vibrant ...

    Updated 01-26-2016 at 14:41 by CedarKeyHiker

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  5. Those who fail to plan ... plan to fail

    Admittedly I'm a dyed in the wool overplanner. In my defense, I'm cutting the imaginary contingencies down to the 90+% liklies.

    SHELTER - new hammock, fly, paracord, stakes, etc - I set it up yesterday for the first time and discovered you need a tree you can "hug" because throwing cord AROUND a huge tree deserves a clip on "America's Funniest Home Videos"

    WATER - filter, camelback and poly canteen - tried out in the kitchen sink, seems doable
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