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  1. Introducing "Toots"


    Snacktime and I are gearing up for our Upper Goose Pond Cabin trail magic bag delivery trip.
    This year is going to be extra-special, as we'll be accompanied by one of our favorite hiking buds, our 6yr old cousin and grandson.

    WB folks, welcome ďTootsĒ, who'll be making the hike and learning how much fun it is to meet hikers and hand out goodies to them. So all you Thrus, Sectioners, and Dayhikers, if we happen to catch up with you on your hike, you'll be sure to receive one
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    Updated 12-20-2014 at 13:18 by Teacher & Snacktime

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  2. The Hillbilly Hiker



    The Hillbilly Hiker

    Stinkiní of DEET and overworked feet in socks that ainít had a washin,í
    Iím hikiní a while for 2000 mile; itís nasty and tough Ė I ainít joshiní.
    The skeeters and bugs and them bears like the rugs and small critters that run through the lean-to,
    the heat, cold and rain and the aches and the pain make me cuss when I donít even mean to.
    But I ainít complaininí, just frankly explaininí how this ainít the fun I was thinkiní,
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  3. Trail Names

    Data, Rad, Moon Shine, Machine and Viking. Just a few of the "Names" I have met on my short walks on the A.T. I have met many more hikers, but I forget their names sometimes or they are really focus and just say, "Hi", which I understand completely. Stay strong, 1 step at a time. MG up in VT. Catch ya later.
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  4. Appalachian Trail Adventures: Hikes on the AT and other trails.

    I did two more hikes this past month: A section hike of the AT from Pearisburg, VA to Salem, VA. I had intended t go much farther, but unfortunately got sick and needed to come off the trail. After recovering a few days, I did a four day section on The Foothills Trail near my home in South Carolina. There are two new pages about these hikes on my blog.

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  5. Trail Talk

    I have been meeting a few hikers, as I take my short walks on the AT/LT. Some hikers stop and visit for a couple of minutes, others seem to be all business and just say "Hi". I ask, are you thru- hiking and most say yes or "Doing the LT". Whatever hike they are doing, I envy and respect their efforts and determination. I have been in the woods since I was about 10 years old, hunting with my father. I still go hunting, or I as I like to say, "take my rifle for a walk". ...
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