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    I could never rent. As long as I can afford to...

    I could never rent. As long as I can afford to buy my own gear I will enjoy to do so


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    I have the OR bivy, Owned it for probably 8 years...

    I have the OR bivy, Owned it for probably 8 years but slept in it only once, in a trailhead parking lot next to my car [emoji2]


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  3. I could be wrong but I donít think the national...

    I could be wrong but I donít think the national Park is thinking about allowing bikes on hiking trails. Just allowing them to coexist in a national park trail system. For example on Acadia Carriage...
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    This ^


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  5. I am ok with this. I have seen e bikes coexist...

    I am ok with this. I have seen e bikes coexist just fine and without any histrionics on all kinds of trails I biked in Spain, France, Germany or Czechia


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    Lol. I tried to get an uber last friday after...

    Lol. I tried to get an uber last friday after Moats Traverse and the Uber app said ďno cars availableĒ [emoji846]

    P.S. Moats are between North Conway and Bartlett


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  7. I donít want to be harsh but I get annoyed seeing...

    I donít want to be harsh but I get annoyed seeing hikers without appropriate gear. That is the least you can do, then research what to so with it and then gradually gain experience albeit during your...
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    Funny stuff


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  9. another vote for trailrunners (NOT) ... shoes so...

    another vote for trailrunners (NOT) ... shoes so soft you can't even kick steps into snow.
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    Even if you skipped katahdin and started at Abol...

    Even if you skipped katahdin and started at Abol bridge in April you would do great harm to your dog in the deep deep snow and blowdowns for 95% of the Maine trail


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    How worth it is a sleeping pad?

    I have not owned a pad for 10 years at least until I turned 22. I got by, even in the winter but it wasnít because I could sleep on cold concrete... an effort was always made to get some kind of...
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    Take into account foot shapes and weight of the...

    Take into account foot shapes and weight of the hikers and their gear and the trail topology.

    Many people stop their hike with plantar fascia yet do not connect the dots to the sole type and...
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    Interesting. I have not tried burying waterbottle...

    Interesting. I have not tried burying waterbottle in the snow intentionally besides yardsailing after downhill ski wipeout


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    Insulated bottles and cooking water on the spot...

    Insulated bottles and cooking water on the spot if camping, hot nalgene to sleep then drink/cook when you wake up


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    I suffer from the same delusion/confusion. I"m no...

    I suffer from the same delusion/confusion. I"m no fan of sneakers but the trend is unmistakable so I try to be 'progressive' and give them a try only to suffer from PF 6 days into the hike...

    Same...
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    Hiking in snow is wonderful and doing it in...

    Hiking in snow is wonderful and doing it in spring/summer temperatures is even better. Just pack snowshoes and adjust your daily mileage estimates.


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  17. Seems like he is skipping the snow now Sent...

    Seems like he is skipping the snow now


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    Just bring a few nuts, a block of cheese and a...

    Just bring a few nuts, a block of cheese and a block of chocolate. You can also eat at the three huts and on top of big george. Eat to live not live to eat.


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    well at least we know what the remedy is:...

    well at least we know what the remedy is: Increase their pay

    Easy to say right? :-)
  20. It's good to see he is really finding himself a...

    It's good to see he is really finding himself a spot in the hiking community. I see a sense of belonging to the hiking crowd in his expression.
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    HG rocks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    HG rocks!


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  22. Yeah I thought myself that a decision to ground...

    Yeah I thought myself that a decision to ground would never be because I get wet...not with my gear


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    I am surprised I seldom, if at all, see a trail...

    I am surprised I seldom, if at all, see a trail runner rescue


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    I would get one that is wide enough to enjoy rain...

    I would get one that is wide enough to enjoy rain in porch mode and one cut to allow for closing the doors if it gets cold and windy


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    You are tired...set up your roof and hope you...

    You are tired...set up your roof and hope you donít need todo anything in the middle of a downpour


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