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    Default Ron Haven's Budget Inn

    Just spent a wonderful week enjoying the AT south of Franklin, alternating staying on the trail and at Ron Haven's Budget Inn. Ron was a true blessing, shuttling us around, picking us up both at arranged and unarranged spots (when we made faster time than we thought one day).

    Dave in the office at the Inn was super friendly and very helpful.

    Great stay, and we'll be back in touch with Ron when we're in the area again. Highly recommend getting in touch with Ron for anyone hiking in the area and needing a place to stay or a shuttle. His wit, humor, and knowledge of the AT is awesome! He needs to write a book. If you're in the area, ask him about Henry and his 84th birthday gift.

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    I can only wish to be half the friend to hiker's out west on the PCT as Ron is to you all out south, Ron Haven sets the bar real high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Runner View Post
    Just spent a wonderful week enjoying the AT south of Franklin, alternating staying on the trail and at Ron Haven's Budget Inn. Ron was a true blessing, shuttling us around, picking us up both at arranged and unarranged spots (when we made faster time than we thought one day).

    Dave in the office at the Inn was super friendly and very helpful.

    Great stay, and we'll be back in touch with Ron when we're in the area again. Highly recommend getting in touch with Ron for anyone hiking in the area and needing a place to stay or a shuttle. His wit, humor, and knowledge of the AT is awesome! He needs to write a book. If you're in the area, ask him about Henry and his 84th birthday gift.
    I am glad to help

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    Want to thank Ron for his help on my thru hike.We threw some money in to his driver and his driver was like,that is not necessary but Ron will appreciate it.Trust me Ron,we all appreciated your help more.Being new to the trail,you made it easy for us!

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    huh? Whats with the shoes? Wrong post maybe?

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    That would be a spamming POS sent here by his friends in China looking to make a $
    "Going to the woods is going home" - John Muir

    "Only by going alone in silence, without baggage, can one truely get into the heart of the wilderness" - John Muir

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    SPAM AND TROLL ALERT!!!!!!!

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    i heard this Ron Haven guy is a con artist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefoot_hp View Post
    i heard this Ron Haven guy is a con artist.
    Now that's funny right there!--Larry the Cable Guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefoot_hp View Post
    i heard this Ron Haven guy is a con artist.
    and i hear you're a dick with ears fairy. go **** yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefoot_hp View Post
    i heard this Ron Haven guy is a con artist.
    Where did you hear that?
    What is he suppose to be on the con for?

    I know Ron. He is the real deal.
    Hiker friendly to the max.

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    Ron is a businessman, but he's also a nice guy, and provides very useful services to hikers, whether they frequent his establishments or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefoot_hp View Post
    i heard this Ron Haven guy is a con artist.
    What the hell are you trying to start?
    HAPPY TRAILS TO ALL AND TO ALL A GOOD HIKE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roots View Post
    What the hell are you trying to start?
    he's a 20 year old rich kid from georgia who lives on daddy's handouts. ignore the puke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    he's a 20 year old rich kid from georgia who lives on daddy's handouts. ignore the puke.
    Figures...*** ever...he's a packsniffer
    HAPPY TRAILS TO ALL AND TO ALL A GOOD HIKE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitefoot_hp View Post
    i heard this Ron Haven guy is a con artist.
    I totally disagree with your opinion.

    Is this opinion yours, or did you hear this opinion from a friend?

    You are still wet behind the ears. Go meet the man first before slamming him on here.

    I'm sure he'll shake your hand no matter what you have said about him here.

    This is not right, and you know it.

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    LMAO. I knew the whiteblaze lynch mob would get so anal hurt about my post.
    First of all it was a joke. I am sure this guy is the great dude everyone says he is.
    This thread just got me thinking of the evil lynch mob that attacked some newbie thru hikers because the failed to worship the feet of Ron Haven in their trail journal.


    How many of you folks have little Ron haven shrines in your bedrooms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    he's a 20 year old rich kid from georgia who lives on daddy's handouts. ignore the puke.
    yeah, that must be why i work 40 hours a week for meager pay.

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    then whp, you should have posted it in the HUMOR SECTION!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by peanuts View Post
    then whp, you should have posted it in the HUMOR SECTION!!!!!
    Yea,because we all know he has got to be joking.

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