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  1. Actually the bus to check out is Megabus. They...

    Actually the bus to check out is Megabus. They have multiple stops along that Amtrak route as well as on the other side of SNP along I81 from Christiansburg north to as far as Front Royal before...
  2. Mass transit options exists. Keep in mind a...

    Mass transit options exists. Keep in mind a shuttle would be involved at some point. Roanoke has bus, train, and plane options. The bus is probably not helpful NOBO as the dog arcs over to...
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    Oh okay 3 out of the 4 I listed for me are...

    Oh okay 3 out of the 4 I listed for me are injuries but mostly semantics again injuries is a subset of condition. Some part of his body was injured sometime before his hike. He could have been in a...
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    Pre-existing condition is extremely broad. The...

    Pre-existing condition is extremely broad. The articles don't say what it is. I have ITB that affects my knee, have had shoulder surgery, back surgery, previously had atrial fibrillation. None of...
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    It's a stationary/round trip/circular slackpack...

    It's a stationary/round trip/circular slackpack really. Sometimes hikers use a service to go both forwards and backwards along the trail, returning to the same point where their pack is. I have...
  6. Well actually Gambit Albany's closer in this...

    Well actually Gambit Albany's closer in this case:p. I'd guess maybe you didn't map it because it is 56 miles vs 138. Which is 86 miles roughly $100 extra on the shuttle:eek:. But I kid you not, I...
  7. I hate having to clean stuff up like that too...

    I hate having to clean stuff up like that too rdljr!
  8. There's Greyhound Service from Albany to Lee, MA....

    There's Greyhound Service from Albany to Lee, MA.

    From Boston to Pittsfield Ma there is Amtrak service, as well as Albany to Pittsfield.

    Bus service in Great Barrington using Concord...
  9. I am not discounting the account but wonder if...

    I am not discounting the account but wonder if the 2 groups fully implemented their PCT hangs, at least 12' high and 6' from the trunk. Hikers may just be thinking the tie-off part is the whole...
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    Please discontinue commenting on how to...

    Please discontinue commenting on how to circumvent transaction rules for these services.

    Thank you.
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    Laurie herself says she is retiring so I fixed...

    Laurie herself says she is retiring so I fixed it. I also added her announcement to the OP, which I encourage everyone to read. Having only briefly met Laurie while purchasing some Christmas...
  12. While I don't discount the possibility that bears...

    While I don't discount the possibility that bears may associate a hanging food bag with food strictly on sight alone, I would lean strongly towards the bear has seen and smelled an ordinary food bag...
  13. Thanks for clearing this up amongst yourselves. ...

    Thanks for clearing this up amongst yourselves. If you could refrain from using the word retard it would be appreciated because it's considered a slur. It mocks people who through no fault of their...
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    I prefer to use the desktop version myself...

    I prefer to use the desktop version myself because I know where all the website tools are more readily available. So I don't use the mobile version at all really and ATTroll handles website...
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    Since you brought it up, I am only going to...

    Since you brought it up, I am only going to respond once about it here and that's it. Some Americans don't really understand censorship as prohibited by the 1st Amendment, which is a perception...
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    Maybe something a little tacky/gummy? Rubber...

    Maybe something a little tacky/gummy? Rubber cement is a thought but I would think it would rub off quickly. Small patch of gorilla glue? Or you could scoff the buckle a little. Not so much that...
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    I find that in my "newer" packs that those where...

    I find that in my "newer" packs that those where the adjustment on the hip belt is to pull forwards and in on each side, that those seem to hold tighter than the older buckles that you pull back and...
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    And the forum is provided for free as well, with...

    And the forum is provided for free as well, with donating members expected to follow the rules the same as regular members. Donating/not donating is not the point here though. The point is, people...
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    Yet you are still here, and to put it bluntly...

    Yet you are still here, and to put it bluntly utilizing the web site for free. Which is to say, you are complaining about the rules on a free website that you point your browser to where the rules...
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    Just a reminder. Whiteblaze still has a user...

    Just a reminder. Whiteblaze still has a user agreement which has pretty much stayed the same for about 13 years now, perhaps longer even. Bringing up previous moderation generally breaks
    Yes we...
  21. That's not how that translates, it's conditional....

    That's not how that translates, it's conditional. If the man (person) finds the conversation beneath them, then some men have the wisdom to ignore conversations instead of mocking those who...
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    Let me preface with, we're NOT going to get into...

    Let me preface with, we're NOT going to get into the specifics of Covid-19 transmission. Also, don't go the politics route, we're not talking about NYC and alcohol and cigarettes. They're all...
  23. Yeah, trekking poles weren't really much of a...

    Yeah, trekking poles weren't really much of a thing for hikers until about 2000-2005, at least not in the States. You got snide comments for using them, guess it goes both ways. I traveled around...
  24. I don't know what is standard with BD, but mine...

    I don't know what is standard with BD, but mine don't have velcro. They are my second pair of BDs and the straps on both were a lot nicer than my Lekis.
  25. My poles are BD and I go up through the bottom. ...

    My poles are BD and I go up through the bottom. For about a decade I went through the top on my Leki poles and when I first learned about the bottom approach I tried it and didn't care for it. But...
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