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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronthebugbuffet View Post
    Is it September yet? This interweb hiking is getting boring.
    Seriously. Im ready for some wilderness therapy

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    I third that, my head is ready to explode..mild winter might have to head out for a weekend

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    We keep getting the threat of seasonal temps and weather in the next week or so. While its going to be cold this weekend, the air seems like it may stay dry. I do think winter is going to catch up soon, but it won't be a long end to winter. Feel like the 60's are not too far away. I really want to get out. May have to hike soon.

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    I'm just glad we are under the 6 month mark, ordered a new sleeping bag the other day! Will be doing some hiking once it cools off down here, we are in peak summer, although this one is nothing compared to normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronthebugbuffet View Post
    Is it September yet? This interweb hiking is getting boring.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chaco Taco View Post
    Seriously. Im ready for some wilderness therapy
    Quote Originally Posted by AndyB View Post
    I third that, my head is ready to explode..mild winter might have to head out for a weekend
    You guys are missing out....winter is the best time to be out there. Especially this one. Less snow, warmer, even been hearing cardinals for the past week or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCountryWoods View Post
    You guys are missing out....winter is the best time to be out there. Especially this one. Less snow, warmer, even been hearing cardinals for the past week or so.
    I love hiking in the winter, but I hate camping in the winter! I need to wander across the street and climp up to Gray Knob and see if the caretaker is keeping the place warm this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slo-go'en View Post
    I love hiking in the winter, but I hate camping in the winter! I need to wander across the street and climp up to Gray Knob and see if the caretaker is keeping the place warm this year.
    that and it's really boring since it gets dark so late you're stuck in camp with not much to do.

    been riding since the weather has been so warm down here. might go for a trail run tomorrow to see what my legs think about that these days haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCountryWoods View Post
    You guys are missing out....winter is the best time to be out there. Especially this one. Less snow, warmer, even been hearing cardinals for the past week or so.
    I've been doing some day hikes, but work keeps me on a short leash.

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    This is tentatively on my docket sometime in July if ridgerunning falls through (job not looking too promising with all the returnees this year, sigh)







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    Quote Originally Posted by Blissful View Post
    This is tentatively on my docket sometime in July if ridgerunning falls through (job not looking too promising with all the returnees this year, sigh)
    Do they accept volunteer ridgerunners?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    Do they accept volunteer ridgerunners?
    Not sure. I applied for a paid one in VA, but everyone is coming back from last year. I then told the guy I'd work other areas but did not hear back.
    So maybe I'll be stopping in at the hostel this year.







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    Nobo/ Sobo?

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    NOBO for me.







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    Southbound

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    I'm just waiting.. Got my LT map and guide. Figure I'll start on the logistics in May-June.

    No gear issues or anything to buy - planning on spending the next few months on the AT between Roan Mt. and Hot Springs and the Foothills Trail again in SC...

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    Planning on completing a NOBO end-to-end, starting in mid June. This will be my first long distance hike, and a great way to spend some of my summertime between my sophomore and junior year in high school.

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    Cool, may actually see you out there

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    Yea but for an e2e, ID rather be out in summer. Also the logistics of taking time off of work and school won't allow me to get out. Ill def be out in a couple of months

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    Starting to plan the first hike of the spring !!!! Time to get my fat a** in shape!

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    Well my luck has changed it seems and I will doing an E-2-E! I will be starting August 11th, and heading SOBO. Don't need any gear or anything, just need the next 5 months to fly by

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