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    They are now through the Whites on the SOBO part of their flip-flop. Total mileage 1107, to date

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    Neat. I'm actually glad to get these updates.

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    They have now done 1215 miles, 708 from somewhere in Va to Springer, and the rest from Katahdin headed south.

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    Glad they are doing so well. Very glad they are avoiding some areas which would be dangerous.

    I met met these folks in the spring near Georgia/ Carolina boarder. Very nice folks and super cute happy baby. I envy the little critters future with such outgoing parents. "Oh the things you will see..."

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    They were at Stratton Mountain yesterday. Two friends who are Thru hiking just posted a picture with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kestral View Post
    Glad they are doing so well. Very glad they are avoiding some areas which would be dangerous.
    Are they skipping parts of the trail?

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    Wondering how they hitchhike....without a childs carseat. That's a major violation in our town.
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    They are now to Connecticut on the SOBO part of their flip-flop. Total mileage 1400, to date

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    Default In Vermont last month.

    I met them on the trail last month when I section-hiked all of Vermont. Appeared to be a super-nice couple, happy, healthy, and the baby was great. They were SOBO and I was NOBO, so we only chatted for a very few minutes.

    At least, I think this is who y'all are talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Man View Post
    I met them on the trail last month when I section-hiked all of Vermont. Appeared to be a super-nice couple, happy, healthy, and the baby was great. They were SOBO and I was NOBO, so we only chatted for a very few minutes.

    At least, I think this is who y'all are talking about.
    That's them, the Quirin family. Trail names Kanga, Roo, and Sherpa.

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    Different family and baby.

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    They have now crossed the NY/NJ border on the SOBO part of their flip-flop. Total mileage about 1540, to date

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ktaadn View Post
    I would rather read an article about the babies conceived on the AT.
    Me too, now that would be a great story !

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    I know. Just foundit interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gpburdelljr View Post
    Different family and baby.
    I know. Just found it interesting.

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    So, if I carry a duck in a carrier, I can claim the first duck to hike the appalachian trail? Cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuddyWaters View Post
    So, if I carry a duck in a carrier, I can claim the first duck to hike the appalachian trail? Cool.
    Especially since it looks like two different babies are hiking the trail.

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    They are now in PA on the SOBO part of their flip-flop. Total mileage about 1700, to date

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