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    Otherwise, I would recommend to spend the night...

    Otherwise, I would recommend to spend the night at West Mountain shelter (bring your own water) for best NYC skyline view in the morning, before the pollution takes in.
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    Bellvale Farms Creamery for the best ice cream of...

    Bellvale Farms Creamery for the best ice cream of your life on route 17A, NY is a "must stop". Otherwise, Mohican Outdoor Center has decent sandwiches, Unionville, NY for a great pizza. I heard Bear...
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    Leap Frog Cafe.......are you talking about Fresh...

    Leap Frog Cafe.......are you talking about Fresh Ground the trail angel? I never met the guy but i heard a lot about him. I did not know he's still around cooking for hikers. I guess he's taking care...
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    As to your question, the rule of thumb is, the...

    As to your question, the rule of thumb is, the drier the sausage, the longer is the self life and summer sausages are quite moist.
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    Not such a great idea. I doubt you will find your...

    Not such a great idea. I doubt you will find your sausage in the morning. I love those summer sausages but I stopped carrying them because I find them too oily and the smell is too strong.
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    Why not Glasgow? you have hostel and shuttle...

    Why not Glasgow? you have hostel and shuttle there.
  7. Harpers Ferry? God help me if I'm wrong.....:eek:

    Harpers Ferry? God help me if I'm wrong.....:eek:
  8. Dogwood, as you say, HYOH. Me, I do not cook on...

    Dogwood, as you say, HYOH. Me, I do not cook on the trail, but I carry a stove to boil water for morning coffee and evening tea. I survive on whole wheat wraps, peanut butter, raisins, bars of all...
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    That's life = easy to say when it is not YOU the...

    That's life = easy to say when it is not YOU the victim
    No real harm done = how do you know that?
    Animals are unpredictable = that is exactly why the owners should be hold responsible for their...
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    Harassment of women on the trail is definitely an...

    Harassment of women on the trail is definitely an issue that has to be taken seriously. But to bring this terrible murder as an example is (very) bad journalism. That raving, hallucinating psycho was...
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    In New York City, you have to bring your own bag...

    In New York City, you have to bring your own bag to take your staff home. But I think the OP is referring to the bags on those rolls for loose produce and other foods like loose breads.
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    I think every hiker as a dog story. Mine happened...

    I think every hiker as a dog story. Mine happened in 2017. I finished a section hike from Newfound Gap to Springer and I started going down the approach trail. Then I see two huge dogs, one pitch...
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    The young man says at the end that he got too...

    The young man says at the end that he got too close to the cubs. I'm not an expert by any means but it looks as the mother saw him more as a threat than a potential prey. Anyhow, it was a close call...
  14. If you are a pretty young thing, I guess people...

    If you are a pretty young thing, I guess people will stop for you. I'm neither pretty, nor young and I always pay for a shuttle.
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    In 2017, I think it was, I met this very nice...

    In 2017, I think it was, I met this very nice couple from Knoxville, TN in the GSMNP who told me that they are members of the 900 miler club. Their goal is to hike the entire 900 miles of the GSMNP....
  16. On the AT, food resupply is not an issue, and...

    On the AT, food resupply is not an issue, and food is cheap, especially in the southern states. In the New England states, it is more expensive, but everything is more expensive here. Beside the...
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    It is always good to have a few extra Ziplock...

    It is always good to have a few extra Ziplock bags. you can use them for garbage once the one that you carry is full, to put in your dirty underwear and socks, extra protection for things you want to...
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    There's a hostel in Port Jervis, NY, just four...

    There's a hostel in Port Jervis, NY, just four miles from the park HQ. Mosey's Place (845-239-3028) but not sure if she's open. If she is, you hit the jack pot. A super nice lady and a former thru...
  19. Hiker boxes are full with food from unused drop...

    Hiker boxes are full with food from unused drop boxes food.....
  20. the only food truck I know of is the guy who...

    the only food truck I know of is the guy who sells hot dogs on route 17A in NY just before the Bellvale creamery but he's almost always closed.....
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    you have a bunch of hostels in that area and all...

    you have a bunch of hostels in that area and all are great.
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    You are absolutely right. That is why I do not...

    You are absolutely right. That is why I do not use plastic containers in a microwave oven even when it says: "microwave safe". People should be thankful to you for the information.
  23. you can resupply in Luray and you have a great...

    you can resupply in Luray and you have a great hostel there: Open Arms at the Edge of Town and the owner does shuttles too.
  24. I met a hiker in on the AT in Virginia this...

    I met a hiker in on the AT in Virginia this summer who was hiking the Eastern Continental Trail who told me he bitten by a dog in Florida.
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    Just that you know, the Appalachian Trail station...

    Just that you know, the Appalachian Trail station is CLOSED and there are no trains serving Pawling the weekends, only weekdays and the service is limited. You will have to take a train to Pawling...
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