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    I lost my trail journal between Deer Lick Shelters and Quarry Gap Shelters on October 8th. The first entry is June 30, 2005 near from Bly Gap to Deep Gap Shelter. The last entry was October 7, 2017 from Deer Lick Shelters. There is also a note from my wife Carey in front. It looks like the picture below. If you find it, contact me at 706-244-8958 or jrbeckerdite@yahoo.com.


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    Quote Originally Posted by caterpillar View Post
    I lost my trail journal between Deer Lick Shelters and Quarry Gap Shelters on October 8th. The first entry is June 30, 2005 near from Bly Gap to Deep Gap Shelter. The last entry was October 7, 2017 from Deer Lick Shelters. There is also a note from my wife Carey in front. It looks like the picture below. If you find it, contact me at 706-244-8958 or jrbeckerdite@yahoo.com.

    fyi, maybe it's a fault on my end, but your pic isn't showing up!

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    Maybe try contacting the PATC, maybe one of their trail or shelter maintainers found it. Did you have your contact information in it?
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    Hey Caterpillar----A lady--Sara Mitchell found your journal. She emailed me about it as she thought it was mine since it had my email address in it.
    Believe you wrote down my email before we departed Staminals place in Waynesboro.

    HHer email is mitchell.sara.c@gmail.com
    Hope this helps . I will send her a message until you can contact her.
    Tawa--Dale McCuiston

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    Read my reply below in reference to your journal.

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    Wow, that is awesome that it was found! I know it had alot of sentimental value to the OP.
    While searching for that unknown edge in life, never forget to look home. For the greatest edge you can find in life is to stand in the protective shadow of those who love you.

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