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    Trail-Inspired Ink: Appalachian Trail Tattoos Portfolio I  The Trek

    Our recent call for thru- hike-inspired tattoos garnered an overwhelming response. So many that we'll be publishing two posts on AT tattoos and one for PCT ...



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    For those who are hirsute (ex. "Lint" and "Sweet"), is the area tattooed shaved frequently or is it just left to fur over, so to speak?

    Dr. Jeckyll's is particularly impressive. The tattoo artist deserves a gold star.

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    For those who are hirsute (ex. "Lint" and "Sweet"), is the area tattooed shaved frequently or is it just left to fur over, so to speak?


    as someone who has tattoos-----i'll take a guess...

    Sweet------let hair grow back............this one looks fresh and tattoo artists shave the area to be inked.......so my guess is dude will let hair grow back...

    Lint-----that looks like leg hair to me......so what you see is what you get......tattoo does not look fresh but has some age on it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by John B View Post
    For those who are hirsute (ex. "Lint" and "Sweet"), is the area tattooed shaved frequently or is it just left to fur over, so to speak?

    Dr. Jeckyll's is particularly impressive. The tattoo artist deserves a gold star.
    I shave mine occasionally, more frequently when exposed. Mine are on my arms and ankle and that's not me on that page. Not sure what I would do if I had that chest tattoo like Sweet.
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