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    :banana Class of 2014 Blogs/Trail Journal Links

    Hi everyone! I've really enjoyed following the class of 2013 through blog posts and such. I think it would be awesome if you post your blog links here so we can all follow each other while we are out this coming year.

    Here's ours:

    Wordpress: http://hike2014.wordpress.com/

    FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Trail...36812963127754

    Can't wait to see you all out there!!!


    Kristin

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    Good idea. Mine is www.trailjournals.com/weshallsee/. At least for now. My set up a separate blog once I get back to the US. Here in Tanzania, my internet is way too slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeShallSee View Post
    Good idea. Mine is www.trailjournals.com/weshallsee/. At least for now. My set up a separate blog once I get back to the US. Here in Tanzania, my internet is way too slow.
    Awesome! If you don't mind me asking, what brought you to Tanzania? I saw that your volunteering on your trail journal. How's prep going for the AT?


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    Really enjoyed reading through your blogs, looking forward to meeting some extremely awesome people next year! I've started a bit of a blog as well, more just documenting for myself and helping me plan things a bit better really, and I'm doing some kit reviews for my work.

    http://banjosandblisters.blogspot.co.uk/

    Good luck with all your preparations, see you next year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornish_Will View Post
    Really enjoyed reading through your blogs, looking forward to meeting some extremely awesome people next year! I've started a bit of a blog as well, more just documenting for myself and helping me plan things a bit better really, and I'm doing some kit reviews for my work.

    http://banjosandblisters.blogspot.co.uk/

    Good luck with all your preparations, see you next year!

    You too!!! I saw you read "Appalachian Trials". My fiance and I really like the book. We thought it was great straightforward mental/psychological how to

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autummyst View Post
    Awesome! If you don't mind me asking, what brought you to Tanzania? I saw that your volunteering on your trail journal. How's prep going for the AT?

    Originally I came in 2008 as an independent missionary. It was truly a God thing. I ran a kindergarten for those two years. Later I came back but this time it all hasn't gone as well. I am anxious to get home and dig into preparing for this hike.
    God is good all the time; all the time God is good. - We Shall See 2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeShallSee View Post
    Originally I came in 2008 as an independent missionary. It was truly a God thing. I ran a kindergarten for those two years. Later I came back but this time it all hasn't gone as well. I am anxious to get home and dig into preparing for this hike.
    You must have a lot patience running kindergarten!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autummyst View Post
    You too!!! I saw you read "Appalachian Trials". My fiance and I really like the book. We thought it was great straightforward mental/psychological how to
    It was a really good read! By far the most useful guide I've read. I'm pretty happy with my equipment and everything but I've been pondering the mental side of things for a while; that's gonna be the hard part. Feeling a bit more confident now though. More excited than nervous!

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    I can't wait to meet you all on the trail! My link is: www.trailjournals.com/maryemanley
    You'll know me when we meet; I'll be the one who says….
    Hey Man! How's it going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hey-Man View Post
    I can't wait to meet you all on the trail! My link is: www.trailjournals.com/maryemanley
    You'll know me when we meet; I'll be the one who says….

    Ha Nice. I saw you have your pack to 25 lbs with food and water? That's awesome. Right now, our winter gear included and food and water, our packs are around 30lbs. Without winter stuff, maybe 26ish. We both plan to spread everything out after our recent shakedown hike and cut corners wherever makes sense

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    The funniest thing, I think, about the trail, is that I was almost always so inexplicably happy. Every night I had the most bizarrely cheerful dreams.
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    I've started ours. I couldn't do too much as I had not informed my work I was heading out:

    http://walk4heroes.me/

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    http://www.trailjournals.com/Sara

    I'm going to try and make an effort to add more prep entries.
    At the end of the month I'm heading to Nepal to hike to Everest Base Camp.
    Follow My Hiking Adventures: http://www.youtube.com/SaraDhooma
    Or if you just like photos: http://instagram.com/scifi_sara

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    Cool

    That's awesome!!! I can't wait to read about that when you finish

    Quote Originally Posted by Sara View Post
    http://www.trailjournals.com/Sara

    I'm going to try and make an effort to add more prep entries.
    At the end of the month I'm heading to Nepal to hike to Everest Base Camp.

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    I'd love to have some cyber stalkers cheering me on

    See you out there.

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    I started mine! Can't wait to check out everyone else's
    www.trailjournals.com/allieoops
    "Oops" NOBO Thru-hiker 2014

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    Kristin you could not of done this at a better time we get asked all the time about other hikers and there stories. So we are putting together a 2014 blog roll on are blog www.thetrailbeckons.com so hopefully if you all do not mind I would like to included these links on are site. The people we meet are just intrigued about why we would all hike the AT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derf View Post
    Kristin you could not of done this at a better time we get asked all the time about other hikers and there stories. So we are putting together a 2014 blog roll on are blog www.thetrailbeckons.com so hopefully if you all do not mind I would like to included these links on are site. The people we meet are just intrigued about why we would all hike the AT.
    It's okay with me Derf! I think that's awesome. And thanks to everyone for sharing your blog links. I LOVE reading through everyone's journals and it'll be a great way to keep in touch while we are getting ready and everything

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    Here's mine: http://1step-at-a-time2014.tumblr.com/

    I'm excited to read everybody else's! It will be a nice change from trolling around WhiteBlaze .

    Derf, feel free to include my link!

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