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    Default The full documentary 2013 Thru-Hikers

    It is in 6 parts only way to get it on you tube. I also plan on showing this at Trail Days 2014.

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    I just watched all 6 parts, and I liked it very much, I will be doing a thru hike in 2014
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    I really enjoyed it. Made the trail seem more real for me. Reading books and browsing through WhiteBlaze, it's hard to get a feel for what the trail experience will actually be. Seeing the trail and some of the people as a video add a new dimension to it.

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    I watched all 6 parts and all I can say is excellent

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    Just got done watching all of them and it was awesome of you to put that together! Definitely shows the real stuff that happens on the trail opposed to the usual slide show thru hike videos. Nicely done terry!

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    Awesome! I just watched all six. Great job and thank you for sharing.
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    I haven't seen all your videos yet, but from the ones I've seen thus far it seems as though you have a disproportionate number of interviews of females. I like....

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    Very, very awesome. That brought back so many fond memories of an incredible summer. Thanks for sharing.
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    I watched the first two(so far) and this is a pretty cool way to do a documentary, interviewing folks hiking the trail.
    It's also the first time i've seen baltimore jack in a video after hearing so much about him.

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    Just watched all six parts - awesome - thanks

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    That took a lot of work and thought. Love it, and thanks for sharing!

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    Nice job, enjoyed watching! Keep up the great work.

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    I thought I would bump this for anyone who may have missed my documentary.

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    Cool stuff. I'm curious, what make and model camera did you use?

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    It was good to see a bunch of hikers I meet in the early days in GA/NC/TN last spring in the video.
    The AT - It has it's ups and downs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chair-man View Post
    Cool stuff. I'm curious, what make and model camera did you use?
    a 225 $ sony handycam, good price not to heavy, fit in my hip belt pocket and after 6 months of rain and dirt it is still working.

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    COOL stuff, makes me wanna go and hike the trail again, but just woundering why didn't you start the Documentary on Springer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED-DOG View Post
    COOL stuff, makes me wanna go and hike the trail again, but just woundering why didn't you start the Documentary on Springer?
    At the very beginning I said that I didnt think to make a documentary until I was leaving trail days. I got the idea watching flip flop flipping by Sasquatch at the rock school.

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