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    Default Does anyone find this as amusing as me?

    Caption? This was taken on Greylock on Thursday.
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    i fail to see the humor

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    That's because you are the resident dolt.

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    it's a big mud puddle on the trail up north. nothing unusual. what is a dolt? is it name calling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    it's a big mud puddle on the trail up north. nothing unusual. what is a dolt? is it name calling?
    It's kind of like me calling you an old fart yesterday as you rode by on your Hog................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    well in that case it sounds like he is name calling........you are still an old fart........

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    LW,

    1. dolt 386 up, 57 down
    A mental retard who is clueless not only about current events, but also has the IQ level of a rock. "Dolt" may be the most sophisticated insult in the English language. Dolts commonly populate such stereotypes as jocks, nerds, fruits, bookworms, and dorks.
    You're a dolt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    it's a big mud puddle on the trail up north. nothing unusual. what is a dolt? is it name calling?
    I've seen those puddles filled with frogs, frog eggs and tadpoles. Must be doltish frogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEVEM View Post
    I've seen those puddles filled with frogs, frog eggs and tadpoles. Must be doltish frogs.
    i've seen doltish hikers walk right thru them so they don't miss any trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    i've seen doltish hikers walk right thru them so they don't miss any trail
    They would be referred to as "Derwoods."

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    The Only Wanderer, I can see where Lone Wolf would consider being called an Old Fhart to be an insult!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    i've seen doltish hikers walk right thru them so they don't miss any trail
    Being highly aware of backcountry ethics and rules, you would know that that's exactly what they ought to be doing. It's not a "purity" thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Old Fhart View Post
    The Only Wanderer, I can see where Lone Wolf would consider being called an Old Fhart to be an insult!
    Actually he smiled, nodded and I think he even gestured with his finger that I was number one.

    Truly I don't hink he understood a word I said because of that noise maker he was on..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by _terrapin_ View Post
    Being highly aware of backcountry ethics and rules, you would know that that's exactly what they ought to be doing. It's not a "purity" thing.
    Horsey phooey! Cut a blue blaze right around it..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by _terrapin_ View Post
    Being highly aware of backcountry ethics and rules, you would know that that's exactly what they ought to be doing. It's not a "purity" thing.
    but an intelligent person wouldn't wade thru it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Old Fhart View Post
    The Only Wanderer, I can see where Lone Wolf would consider being called an Old Fhart to be an insult!
    nope. it's a term of endearment

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    That puddle is classic NE AT, nothing unusual.

    If my shoes are already soaked, I march through it. If my shoes are dry, I find a way around it.

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    all of vermont looks like that right now...i'm past mass. so i don't care what it looks like anymore.

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    See now as a maintainer one way to look at it is that in the winter when it freezes over it makes for nice smooth flat trail.

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