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    Congratulations! :banana:banana

    Congratulations! :banana:banana
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    Hey Tipi, thanks again for the advice. Here are...

    Hey Tipi, thanks again for the advice. Here are my first attempts.

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    Glad to hear it and thank you for the update!

    Glad to hear it and thank you for the update!
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    I started carrying a BV500 a few years ago (after...

    I started carrying a BV500 a few years ago (after several initial years of PCT hanging and then several years of using my food as a pillow) and so far I’m a fan. It’s stupidly easy to use, takes...
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    https://youtu.be/sVYlkLauPlY ...

    https://youtu.be/sVYlkLauPlY

    https://youtu.be/sVYlkLauPlY
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    Just thought I’d bump my all-time favorite...

    Just thought I’d bump my all-time favorite whiteblaze tutorial. :D
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    One of the more effective ways Iíve seen used it...

    One of the more effective ways Iíve seen used it to setup a new savings account at a different bank than you usually use with the intention that all money put into it is strictly for thru hike...
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    Tipi, I don’t have much to add, but just want to...

    Tipi, I don’t have much to add, but just want to thank you as always for your excellent posts. I recently got a basic Nesco dehydrator and plan to try a few of these ideas out.
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    Were you tourist in Colorado who had SAR called...

    Were you tourist in Colorado who had SAR called on them because people they were waving for help when really they were just being friendly? :D
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    The prevailing theory is it was natural selection that predisposed black bears to timidity, but it happened long before humans arrived. Remember that they really are omnivores that eat a plant heavy...
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    Oh come-on then, we both know I want to hear it!...

    Oh come-on then, we both know I want to hear it! :D
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    I second the reflective tape recommendation. It...

    I second the reflective tape recommendation. It makes my canister much easier to locate at night.

    The one thing Iíll add to the above is that you should not tie any ropes or straps around the...
  13. While youíre absolutely correct in terms of sheer...

    While youíre absolutely correct in terms of sheer numbers, I would argue that in my years of hiking it has ways been thru hikers who I have observed to be more cavalier about food storage. Then...
  14. Same, I never hike without my Garand strapped to...

    Same, I never hike without my Garand strapped to the ice axe loops of my ULA Circuit. :rolleyes:
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    Sorry to resurrect an ancient thread, I stumbled...

    Sorry to resurrect an ancient thread, I stumbled across Chaco Taco’s summary of the Glastonbury folklore and it’s pretty on point. The popular podcast “Lore” spent most of an episode detailing the...
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    One more cool thread I just found, this one about...

    One more cool thread I just found, this one about the Bennington VT area
    where I had some weird experiences on trail as well.
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    Here’s one I hadn’t even seen before: ...

    Here’s one I hadn’t even seen before:

    https://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/showthread.php/2973-Haunted-Places-on-the-AT
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    Another: ...

    Another:

    https://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/showthread.php/100081-Strangest-Encounter-on-a-Trail
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    Weíve had a few good threads like this over the...

    Weíve had a few good threads like this over the years, Iíll see how many I can dig up. Hereís one to start:
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    One of our former members put this together after his second A.T. thru hike:

    http://nighthikingtomars.blogspot.com/2015/10/new-calendar-idea-spectacularly-crappy_3.html?m=1
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    One advantage of canisters versus cables/poles from a practical standpoint is that there is an investment in both time and effort to use a canister before the trip begins. I’d contend that that sort...
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    https://www.ranger-forums.com/attachments/snapshots-69/57395-girls-ranger-pics-post-them-up-grumpycatgood..jpg
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    [QUOTE=orthofingers;2257072] The slightly...

    The slightly softer bottles made of polyethylene weigh 3.5oz, versus the more common super hard polycarbonate/tritan bottles that weight 6oz. I own both and find they are basically the same...
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    I’m a diehard nalgene fan when I’m winter...

    I’m a diehard nalgene fan when I’m winter camping, however several members here who’s opinion I respect swear that gatorade bottles, which are significantly lighter, work nearly as well. IIRC the...
  25. Either weekend would work for me. Are you on...

    Either weekend would work for me. Are you on Facebook? At this point I think more of the MLK regulars frequently check groups there than here.
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