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    Registered User wcgornto's Avatar
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    OK 2010 SOBOs, please provide a link to your journal wherever you plan to have it ... trailjournals ... postholer ... personal blog site, etc.

    I would like to follow the progress of some SOBOs so that I may reminisce about my experiences of last year and cheer on your progress this year.

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    :banana 100 mile

    just finished 100 mile wilderness took my ouuta shape rear 16 days but lost 15 pounds staying at lakeshore house in monson its awsome 9 days food box enough to get to stratton its been very rough going dropped so much silly stuff but with food full im at 55 lbs load wanna get to 45 but would need smaller lighter pack mine sucks its 5 lbs but dont have much

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    http://www.trailjournals.com/blissfulsobo

    Start July 1 at Katahdin but did finish Harper's Ferry to Troutdale, VA SOBO and journaled about it







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    http://www.trailjournals.com/entry.cfm?trailname=10936

    Just created a new journal for 2010. Feel free to read through the 2009 account although you may notice it ends abruptly after returning to the trail. I'll have to write about that some other time...

    -Donnie

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