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    Both are part of the CT. One advantage to the...

    Both are part of the CT. One advantage to the east route is that you go right by Mt. Princeton Hot Springs.
  2. Thread: Electronics

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    If you want a wilderness experience why are you...

    If you want a wilderness experience why are you at the shelters? You contradict yourself.
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    If I were looking for a wilderness experience I...

    If I were looking for a wilderness experience I wouldn't be hiking the AT and I definitely wouldn't be hanging out at a shelter regardless of the electronics. Unless you are in an area/state that...
  4. Follow the Blue Blazes: A Guide to Hiking Ohio’s...

    Follow the Blue Blazes: A Guide to Hiking Ohio’s Buckeye Trail Paperback – November 15, 2014
    by Connie Pond (Author), Robert J. Pond (Author), Steven M. Newman (Foreword)

    This book looks like a...
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    For over 3 decades I have left shoes outside my...

    For over 3 decades I have left shoes outside my tent. Every morning I religiously shake them out. But, I have yet to actually see anything fall out of my shoes. Do they get a visit during the...
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    OP, always take comments with a grain of salt. ...

    OP, always take comments with a grain of salt. Below I will list my mileage for a 2 year section hike of the CT. Year 1 I did about 232.1 miles and 2 years later did about 252.6. If you do the...
  7. We are about the same age so this could be...

    We are about the same age so this could be relevant. Last year I did my longest single day, my longest two day, and my longest 4 day each independent of each other. I'm getting better with age. I...
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    Looks exactly like the information you get in the...

    Looks exactly like the information you get in the guidebooks but without the detail. Postholer's planner would be much more useful.
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    Well, public lands are for the use of, you...

    Well, public lands are for the use of, you guessed it, the public...
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    You'll be fine.

    You'll be fine.
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    None required that I am aware of. I didn't need...

    None required that I am aware of. I didn't need one on my trip through there but it has been a few years ago. If my LASH on the Arizona trail falls through this fall I might be continuing my...
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    Another option is to take the bus into Bishop. I...

    Another option is to take the bus into Bishop. I don't remember for sure but think it was free? Good resupply there and plenty of motels.
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    Without hesitation!

    Without hesitation!
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    D2maine's type of hiking (filtering more...

    D2maine's type of hiking (filtering more specifically) isn't inherently smart or dumb. It is simply a system that works for him/her. Others may do it differently or not at all. Once again, their...
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    You might need to edit this post as it makes no...

    You might need to edit this post as it makes no sense.
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    I made the decision years ago to filter my water....

    I made the decision years ago to filter my water. I don't get overly concerned with what everyone else is doing.
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    Not much is more essential than anything that...

    Not much is more essential than anything that will allow you to get a good nights sleep.
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    I'm a bit envious. I did the Alabama section a...

    I'm a bit envious. I did the Alabama section a few years ago and have yet to get back out to complete Georgia. It is, at least Alabama section, a great little trail.
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    Best chocolate shake I've ever had was at that...

    Best chocolate shake I've ever had was at that cafe.
  20. 18 Strong breaths inflates my 3/4 length...

    18 Strong breaths inflates my 3/4 length thermorest (22 if I'm lazy). There is no need for an inflation bag. Just one more thing to mess with.
  21. I used to use the cheap K-mart blue foam pads cut...

    I used to use the cheap K-mart blue foam pads cut to the shape of my Thermorest 3/4 pad. But in more recent years have gone to Gossamer gear 1/8" pad. I put it down first then run my hands over it...
  22. Thread: Insoles

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    SOLE brand works well for me. One point I would...

    SOLE brand works well for me. One point I would like to make is that I use them in my every day shoes as well so my feet are completely accustomed to them. I actually use them in every shoe that I...
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    It's going to snow in April.

    It's going to snow in April.
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    Ya (as mentioned above) a basic spreadsheet has...

    Ya (as mentioned above) a basic spreadsheet has worked for me. Simple as start point, resupply points, and end point. Mileage in between each point divided by estimated hiking mileage gives me...
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    Damn, I need to get rid of my shoes as I cannot...

    Damn, I need to get rid of my shoes as I cannot safely use them... And remember the days when most of us (well the older ones at least) wore much heavier boots. How did we ever survive ;)
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