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    Default Put up our first MST backpackers last night....

    So I helped out the first set of MST backpackers to contact me last night. Let them camp out on the property and such. Feels good to be able to help out people, especially considering there's no camping along the stretch of the trail I live on.

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    I've done a lot of camping in Laurel Springs and close to the BRP. And my next trip will be on the MST near Lineville Gorge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo8dude View Post
    So I helped out the first set of MST backpackers to contact me last night. Let them camp out on the property and such. Feels good to be able to help out people, especially considering there's no camping along the stretch of the trail I live on.
    Right on dude

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    Great deal.
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    Mst?........

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    mountain to sea trail
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    From Dalton, Georgia (65 mi above Altanta, 15mi south of Chattanooga)

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    I did the same for a couple of AT hikers a month or so ago. I cooked the two large meals, dinner and breakfast aloud them to wash their gear and take showers. They had full use of my camper and house and they relaxed and wrote in their journals. It was awesome to talk to them about themselves and the time on the trail and it felt good also to give them a little respite from the trail. Good job.

    "You will go out in joy and be led forth in peace;the mountains and hills will burst into song before you, and all the trees of the field will clap their hands."
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