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    [QUOTE=Sorcerer]I was just up in Maine hiking myself ....


    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

    So you have done it all... now do you start all over again??

    IS IT OK IF I AM VERY PROUD OF YOU??!!!!

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    SO TELL ME, What the hell did you see on your trek while RUNNING past all the white blazes and who did you meet? I started on the 22 of March and I am now at Pine grove furnace.
    :datz May the four winds blow me safely to Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesewhiz
    SO TELL ME, What the hell did you see on your trek while RUNNING past all the white blazes and who did you meet? I started on the 22 of March and I am now at Pine grove furnace.
    Cheesehhiz is the sht! But in defense of BLEACH and them, they HTOH. Ain't we all different?

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    Default I wish I had finished!

    I didn't finish on these trips. My first whack back in May was cut short because of 30 days of rain in NH. Jack was right about it being a bit early for being in NH. Actually, other than so much rain it would have been perfect, but I'm a semi-fair-weather hiker, so I came home. After both trips I ended up making it to ME 4 (Rangeley). I still lack 220 miles to finish. Hopefully next year I'll get to finish.

    It's ok if you're proud though. You're part of the reason I've enjoyed my hiking so much. It's nice to have the trail community (and a fixture of said community) not too far away so I can stay connected.

    After I finish, who knows what's in store next. Maybe doing it all again, maybe doing just the parts I really enjoyed the most again, or maybe starting on the PCT. I do believe I'll go back and do the stretch between Springer and Fontana again, now that I've trimmed the pack down and I'm in a bit better shape. I didn't enjoy that stretch so much because I was too heavily loaded and really out of shape. I think I'd like it much better now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Janet

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!

    So you have done it all... now do you start all over again??

    IS IT OK IF I AM VERY PROUD OF YOU??!!!!

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    Default Congrats!

    Quote Originally Posted by -BLEACH-
    Myself (BLEACH) and Woody Crow summited the Big K on June 26th a couple days after Bone-Pac and Trek. I started March 8 and Woody started March 5 . This is also my first post on whiteblaze. It took me the entire trail to pick up on the fact that this is kind of where everyone keeps in touch, so here I am.How exciting.




    CONGRATS on the summit....NOW...you're ready to head SOBO!
    see ya'll UP the trail!

    "Jaybird"

    GA-ME...
    "on-the-20-year-plan"

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. Wolf
    1st place is all that matters. Nobody remembers who was 3rd place in a race.
    Last to K wins.
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    Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesewhiz
    SO TELL ME, What the hell did you see on your trek while RUNNING past all the white blazes and who did you meet? I started on the 22 of March and I am now at Pine grove furnace.
    Stop in PA and get a Cheese steak... onions and whiz. You earned it.

    ~~^^^~~^^~^^^~~~^^^^^~^~
    Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it.

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    Default its nice to hear taco and guns of jesus and messenger are all good

    im really proud of this years class. cause they have class.
    matthewski

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    I went into Philadelphia last night for a concert and a real cheesesteak!!!
    :datz May the four winds blow me safely to Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. Wolf
    Did y'all get a prize?
    Does Squeaky?
    You are in heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -BLEACH-
    Myself (BLEACH) and Woody Crow summited the big K on June 26th a couple days after Bone-Pac and Trek. I started March 8 and Woody started March 5 .

    This is also my first post on whiteblaze. It took me the entire trail to pick up on the fact that this is kind of where everyone keeps in touch, so here I am.
    How exciting.
    Congrats. And Welcome to WB.
    You are in heaven.

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    Hey Bleach, it's actually Pinky here. Kaptain and I are in Stratton, ME right now, and on schedual. Team Steve is indeed still on the trail. He's somewhere in the Whites at the moment. So all of us are still on, which is really nice. Also, I hope you enjoy my wonderful home town, Portland. If you need anything, email me ([email protected]) and I'll give you my parents number. I know that sounds akward and I'm sure you won't because you have friends there, but a connection is a connection anyway. Congrats on your hike! All the best, Pinky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigi'sLastStand
    Does Squeaky?
    Why would he? He's in England. Duh.

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    Default Hypocrisy?

    Quote Originally Posted by L. Wolf
    Why would he? He's in England. Duh.
    Just pointing out you piss on these folks accomplishment for going so fast, yet defend Squeaky at every turn in his sub40 attempt. I'm glad you did point out they HTOH.
    You are in heaven.

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    Default Race? What race?

    Quote Originally Posted by L. Wolf
    1st place is all that matters. Nobody remembers who was 3rd place in a race.
    Sorry, didn't know thru hiking was a race.
    For me, finishing is what matters.
    I hate Nike but Just Do It anyway!

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    Whats up bleach, Laurent here. Way to go on your thruhike, it was great hiking with you and woody. I have a funny pic of that huge feast we had on the side of the road that one day in Maine I'll try to put on here. Good luck on the Long Trail and your trip home to!

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    hey bleach
    this is team steve, i was looking through your posts to see what you had to say and found this thread. Right now I'm in Stratton, Maine taking a zero. I'm gonna summit on July 20th. Just straight up cruzing to the great mountain. Congratulations on your hike. and good luck on the rest of your hiking. It seems like you're doing the LT and then some or all of the IAT. I appreciate your register entries always looked for 'em. send a message or post again to update me on your hikes

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    Default L Wolf

    1st place is all that matters. Nobody remembers who was 3rd place in a race.

    Who cares what some old, hiker trash, loser burnout has to say. Don't waste your time, effort and energy worrying about what L Wolf posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emersonlittlehale
    1st place is all that matters. Nobody remembers who was 3rd place in a race.

    Who cares what some old, hiker trash, loser burnout has to say. Don't waste your time, effort and energy worrying about what L Wolf posts.
    excuse me pal, but i truly would like to pit lone wolf against you out there on the trail any given day just to see who would out hike who......another thing, he maybe hiker trash but he is definetly not a "loser burnout"......it is true that one should not take to heart too much, that is unless it applies, what my friend lone wolf has to say about your hike....the fact is that you did it and you should be proud of it, it is a good accomplishment......and brag all you want, but know this, not everyone that is here on whiteblaze is impressed....so if your going to post something be prepared to accept what comes out of it and alway conduct your speech here as you would in person because i will tell you that what lone wolf may say here he will say to you right up front......

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    Quote Originally Posted by emersonlittlehale
    1st place is all that matters. Nobody remembers who was 3rd place in a race.

    Who cares what some old, hiker trash, loser burnout has to say. Don't waste your time, effort and energy worrying about what L Wolf posts.
    Sticks and stones sweetie...

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