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  1. I finished the book 2 days after receiving it and...

    I finished the book 2 days after receiving it and found I was frustrated many times. I mean no disrespect to ANYONE and certainly I support anyone who wants to hike the AT whichever they plan it for...
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    I'm just posting an update to my op. The new...

    I'm just posting an update to my op. The new replacement pack arrived yesterday after a very pleasant experience with Osprey. I'm glad to see a company is honest and does stand behind their product...
  3. Thread: Friendliness

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    It really doesn't take much effort to acknowledge...

    It really doesn't take much effort to acknowledge someone, smile or simple greeting. You just don't know whether you'll end up needing this person later on down the trail for one reason or another. ...
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    Thanks to all of you for replies. I'm glad to...

    Thanks to all of you for replies. I'm glad to hear I can trust Osprey to do the right thing.
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    Osprey pack repair experience

    Has anyone had any experience with sending their Osprey pack back to the company for a repair? I'm wondering about whether you received a new pack in lieu of a repair. Since I only need a new...
  6. Like many I'm peopled out! Working in customer...

    Like many I'm peopled out! Working in customer service all I hear day in and day out are whining and complaints. I'll take the solitude of the outdoors hiking the AT or any other trail available to...
  7. I've seen that happen MANY times.:-?

    I've seen that happen MANY times.:-?
  8. I've seen that happen MANY times.

    I've seen that happen MANY times.
  9. My daughter and I SECTION hike every June and a...

    My daughter and I SECTION hike every June and a couple of years ago stopped here. The caretaker was wonderful. She actually gave us a tour around the grounds and let us know about pancakes in the...
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    Thank you to all for your responses. We...

    Thank you to all for your responses. We probably will opt for pushing through that section and be done with it.
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    Last Minute Plans-PEN MAR to DUNCANNON

    We were supposed to head up to New England but oh well, PA it is. Does anyone know of a backpackers site in the long flat stretch between Alex Kennedy shelter and Darlington shelter? I've been...
  12. I enjoyed reading your well-written, detailed...

    I enjoyed reading your well-written, detailed review with nice photos. This trail sounds like it's worth a visit. Glad you had a great experience and thank you for sharing.
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    LOVED Nepal and my hike there in 2000.

    LOVED Nepal and my hike there in 2000.
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    There's a bunch passing through Wind Gap now. We...

    There's a bunch passing through Wind Gap now. We invited 3 + dogs to tent in my backyard Monday night then 3 more on Tuesday night. They said there's another group coming through, the Warriors...
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    Between Bennington, VT and Dalton, MA during the...

    Between Bennington, VT and Dalton, MA during the first week of June when I was up there the water was plentiful and rushing.
  16. Shuttle from greyhound bus terminal to trailhead in bennington, vt

    I've tried many folks from the shuttle list but they are not available and the cab service does not operate on weekends. Any suggestions? Thanks.
  17. Thread: Rain jacket

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    Thanks to all for your responses and I am liking...

    Thanks to all for your responses and I am liking the sound of the poncho for its flexibility and since I always carry bungie cords I could use one as a belt as suggested. I looked into the other...
  18. Thread: Rain jacket

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    It wasn't comfortable around my hips (I'm a bit...

    It wasn't comfortable around my hips (I'm a bit curvy) and when I went up a size the sleeves were too long.
  19. Thread: Rain jacket

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    Thanks hyperslug I will look into this.

    Thanks hyperslug I will look into this.
  20. Thread: Rain jacket

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    Rain jacket

    Can anyone suggest a rainjacket that's lightweight and a bit longer so that it will fit while wearing a full pack? I have the Precip rain pants but didn't like the fit of the jacket. I also like...
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    When I was up there last week the first 2 springs...

    When I was up there last week the first 2 springs closest to the Leroy Smith shelter were dry but walk further down to spring #3 and it's flowing.
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    Wow...I should've pushed for more in my case :) ...

    Wow...I should've pushed for more in my case :)

    I'm completely for the leash because I had the nasty experience of being told by the owner that her unleashed dog was friendly then having it take...
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    My daughter always brings 2 paperbacks in a...

    My daughter always brings 2 paperbacks in a ziplock bag over a week long trip. We've been section hiking for 10 years (since she was 13) and as long as she can carry her share without complaining...
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    Although I see lots of people cooking in the...

    Although I see lots of people cooking in the shelters according to the ridge runners/trail maintenance folks you really are not supposed to. I don't use shelters for sleeping or cooking because...
  25. Thread: Knee brace

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    I've been using the Cho Pat dual action and it's...

    I've been using the Cho Pat dual action and it's worked very well for me. I just wore it hiking 55 miles thru the Mass. AT and I didn't need to take any pain medication AT ALL thanks to it.
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