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    Default Necessary Mail Drops

    I'm not planning on using mail drops for food, but wondering if there are any sections of the trail where resupply is particularly difficult making a mail drop of food a good idea?

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    Too bad the search function doesn't work better. This is a very common topic here. Some hikers do well without mail drops. I didn't think any part of the AT was particularly difficult in regards to buying groceries. If you can hike 100 miles without stopping to buy food, you'll do just fine.
    "Throw a loaf of bread and a pound of tea in an old sack and jump over the back fence." John Muir on expedition planning

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    The forum MAIL DROPS has only 7 threads, but a good deal of information (along with thread links outside of Mail Drops):

    https://whiteblaze.net/forum/foru...353-Mail-Drops

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