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    Getting out as much as I can..which is never enough. :) Mags's Avatar
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    Default PBS Video online

    High Sierra: A Journey on the John Muir Trail
    http://video.unctv.org/video/2312532075/


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    Nice

    thanks for posting it....

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    yep, that was cool.....think I'll skip the Bisquick and water mush though.

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    Default PBS Video online

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mags View Post
    High Sierra: A Journey on the John Muir Trail
    http://video.unctv.org/video/2312532075/


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    Great find ... high-quality camera work. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for posting!

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    I liked it a lot. Thanks. I guess, my bucket list = bucket list + 1

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    Just watched the entire video. Flooded with memories of when we were stationed at Castle AFB in Merced and Yosemite was our backyard. Words really do fail to describe the Sierra. Also great to see the kids appreciating the experience. Thanks for posting.
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    good vid.
    Thx.

    hoping to do this next July
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    Very cool Mags, thanks for posting this-gotta plan on hiking the JMT!
    "I told my Ma's and Pa's I was coming to them mountains and they acted as if they was gutshot. Ma, I sez's, them mountains is the marrow of the world and by God, I was right". Del Gue

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    Dang it Mags, now this is ANOTHER one on the list!

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    Thanks Mags! Pretty good documentary, and the scenery....have planed on doing the JMT, but it may have moved up my list to the first trail I'll hit on the west coast after seeing that.
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    Thank you for sharing!

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    Welp, it's official. I can't ever die. My bucket list is too long.

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    Very nice.

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    wow I've heard people talk about it, but how do words do that any justice.
    Don't worry about it, just do all you can and let the rough end drag.

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    That's tempting. Very tempting.
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    JMT is over rated. You don't want to go there. Everything costs too much, too many bugs, bears will eat your food and you, the snow is too deep, the resupply pts are too far apart, scenery is mediocre, trail is hard to follow, your lungs will burst from the altitude, water is a problem, and it's too crowded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    JMT is over rated. You don't want to go there. Everything costs too much, too many bugs, bears will eat your food and you, the snow is too deep, the resupply pts are too far apart, scenery is mediocre, trail is hard to follow, your lungs will burst from the altitude, water is a problem, and it's too crowded.
    I second that. Just stay home. A walk in the woods will be out next year that's just as good.

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    Hey, thanks for the heads up.

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