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    Default What's the first trail you will take on when this is all over?

    When the smoke clears where will you head? What trail or section of trail?

    Me: I'm thinking the Foothills Trail.

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    Sipsey Wilderness, Alabama....
    Let's head for the roundhouse; they can't corner us there!

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    Back on to the PCT. Probably at South end of Sierra, Kennedy meadows, and try to get at least rest of California done.

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    I've been meaning to do Maine again in the fall. In the mean time, I'll be red lining my White Mt map through the wilderness areas. The rest of you, stay home!
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    Last segment in northern part of PA.

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    Finish last 167 miles of AT (Pinkham Notch to Grafton Notch and Monson to Kathadin)
    The road to glory cannot be followed with much baggage.
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    I'm doing a 60 mile section hike of the Sheltowee Trace Trail in eastern Kentucky in a couple weeks if it's legal. I've only been there for a couple weekend trips. I really enjoyed both experiences so I'm really excited to be there for a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshMcR View Post
    I'm doing a 60 mile section hike of the Sheltowee Trace Trail in eastern Kentucky in a couple weeks if it's legal. I've only been there for a couple weekend trips. I really enjoyed both experiences so I'm really excited to be there for a week.
    Last I read this morning Daniel Boone is open, the Sheltowee goes thru part of it,,enjoy and be safe....
    Let's head for the roundhouse; they can't corner us there!

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    Duncan Ridge Trail. Gonna have SOOO much work to do.

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    Foothills Trail
    JMT (permit will probably get denied)
    Wonderland Trail (permit will probably also get denied) lol

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    I'd love to do Uinta Highline.

    On my bucket list, and I'd best hurry because I'm getting near the bottom of the bucket.
    UL, because nobody ever asks "How can I make my pack heavier?"

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    Back on AT to finish it up. Just need 54 miles from Front Royal to Harpers Ferry.

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    I have a permit in for 2 for the North Circle Loop in Glacier in August. So that will be it for me, provided I'm granted the permit. Otherwise, more sections of the AT.

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    I was just out on segment 10 of the MST here in Raleigh, NC yesterday. Saw one person in 4 hours.

    As far as backpacking, I'm still planning to do a section of the AT in northern PA and NJ in the fall.
    It's all good in the woods.

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    Finish up roughly the northern half of the BMT.
    traveliní light

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    I would love to do another chunk of Vermont's Long Trail, if my back is up to it. Meanwhile, it's daily walks in the local state park with my 14-year-old husky, who insists on them with her beautiful, pleading blue eyes.

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    just want to clear the blow-downs off my section. I already know it is going to be bad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astro View Post
    Finish last 167 miles of AT (Pinkham Notch to Grafton Notch and Monson to Kathadin)
    Hope It works out that I can join you on some of that.

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    I think I will start with the Black Forest Trail in PA and then, based on timing and weather see if I cannot do a trip somewhere in the west.

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    Hope to finish the Benton Mackaye this year.

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