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    I didn't know the name "Flip Flopper", but I...

    I didn't know the name "Flip Flopper", but I guess I plan to be one. Both because of cold/wet weather up north in September and October, and because of scheduling with my sister who lives in Maine,...
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    Wal-Mart Sawyer - $34.00

    Just checked Wal-Mart website. Sawyer 34 oz Water Treatment Bottle is $34.00. Excellent for scouting, the Sawyer Inline Water Filter ensures that your water is safe to drink. Simply use the...
  3. Thread: Hiking sandals

    by Mühly
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    I love chacos!

    I have an older pair that I used every day until my cockatoo got at them. They lasted me three years in and out of water, up and down dusty hills, etc.

    My new pair don't fit the same; I swear the...
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    I've very fortunate my cockatoo is fully...

    I've very fortunate my cockatoo is fully socialized and well trained. She is very bonded to me, but also really, really likes kids and is gentle with them.

    I trained her to recall - but I had...
  5. Thread: Class of 2012

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    Major stumbling block...

    I'm starting out in Alabama in late February/early March in 2012 -- not only are the Central Alabama trails close to home, but it will help me acclimate to the trail BEFORE SPRINGER MOUNTAIN!

    My...
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    pets and parrots

    1) What do people do with their pets when they are LD hiking? Do most just depend upon friends and family to take care of pets?:confused:

    2) Anyone hike with a parrot? :-? I'm going to try a...
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    I also like to "see" the trail ahead, but, as my...

    I also like to "see" the trail ahead, but, as my uncle used to say, "life is what happens when you have other plans.:p" My trail motto? Be prepared - stay flexible!

    While hiking the CDT in...
  8. Kindle

    I received a kIndle for Christmas...

    I wouldn't suggest it for the trail. The battery lasts 30 hours or less and it is pretty heavy with or without a protective cover.

    I've also discovered...
  9. working wet = trench foot

    I work in garden centers in the summers... lots of time spent watering plants... my feet are routinely wet for up to 8 hours a day six days a week. Every night my feet would be cleaned and dried,...
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