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    Exclamation Anyone know where any free info on the Maine section?

    I am looking for some free stuff to read, or any maps to look at on the web about the Maine section of the AT. Can anyone help please. God Bless.

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    Default Here you go...

    This should help.

    Online Companion

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    Default Try these

    trailjournals.com or trailforums.com

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    You are welcome to read my stuff:

    Gorham NH to Stratton (2002)
    Stratton to Monson (2003)
    Monson to Katahdin (2004)

    Have fun. Maine is a great experience.

    Pb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa Bear
    You are welcome to read my stuff:

    Gorham NH to Stratton (2002)
    Stratton to Monson (2003)
    Monson to Katahdin (2004)

    Have fun. Maine is a great experience.

    Pb
    awesome write-ups and photos. i enjoyed reading and looking at it all VERY much. thanks for sharing!
    The only thing better than mountains, is mountains where you haven't been.

    amongnature.blogspot.com

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    If can not find what you want on the above mentioned online companion, chack this out.

    Some Barnes & Nobles or Books a Million book stores, have some books on the A.T., I have gone and browsed through some books. Some people actually go there, get a coffee, pick out a book and sit and read all day long, I am not kidding.

    I went in once to buy a book and realized I had left my wallet at home, I left went home some other things and went back like 3 or 4 hours, I saw the same person setting in the same chair reading the same book only they were at the other end of the book. How do I know it was same person, because she was really good loking.

    I mentioned it to the cashier and she said, oh yeah we have some people who are hear almost daily for hours at a time and all they do is read our books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa Bear
    You are welcome to read my stuff:

    Gorham NH to Stratton (2002)
    Stratton to Monson (2003)
    Monson to Katahdin (2004)

    Have fun. Maine is a great experience.

    Pb
    THANK YOU! I very much appreciate your input Pappa Bear.

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