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    Bubblehead

    Sleep with food?

    Thread Starter: Bubblehead

    I've been watching Quicksand's Youtube hiking videos...he does a great job...
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    Five Tango

    Hiker Shot after being Mistaken for a Turkey

    Thread Starter: Five Tango

    Seriously? I thought we looked more like deer! That is why I am averse to anything I have that's white to show in the woods so I keep my S29 All White

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    clover16

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    Thread Starter: clover16

    Just curious what NOBOs are planning when ATC has posted that the shelters are closed & there is no overnight camping in Massachusetts due to COVID

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    JJakes

    Snow in NH?

    Thread Starter: JJakes

    Anyone know if there’s snow on the trail between Little Haystack and South Twin? Thanks!

    Last Post By: peakbagger Yesterday, 20:16 Go to last post
    Vandrafjäll

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    Thread Starter: Vandrafjäll

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    perrymk

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    Thread Starter: perrymk

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