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    Most trailheads are located at the top of a steep, narrow, twisty road which may or may not be paved. Not the best roads for an RV to navigate and forget the gas mileage. Consider having a car to commute to the trail heads with and leave the RV parked in one spot for as long as reasonable. 5 to 7 days is actually a lot of food to carry, 3-4 days is more manageable. It may not be reasonable to go back to the RV that often, but he could meet up with you at a midpoint to resupply a few more days of food before the trip back to the RV.
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    There are a few national park campsites in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia right on or adjacent to the trail.

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    I'm just happy I'm not the only one not paying attention
    All good in the woods when you're just trying to help....

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    Thia book might have some of what you're interested in.

    Exploring The Appalachian Trail By Rv, Sort Of


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