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    Default In move to stay hiker-friendly, Cheshire OKs town land for Appalachian Trail campers

    In move to stay hiker-friendly, Cheshire OKs town land for Appalachian Trail campers  Berkshire Eagle

    CHESHIRE Living up to its moniker as an Appalachian Trail Community, Cheshire will allow hikers of the trail to camp overnight on town property.



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    Very nice to hear!
    ye shall not pollute the land wherein ye are: ... Defile not therefore the land which ye shall inhabit..... Numbers 35

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    If I ever get back that way, I know where I'm going to camp - Diane's Twist!
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    I was just up there last Friday for a short overnight trip to Grassy Ridge. I was totally surprised at the large number of hikers Friday. Saturday was a circus, I must have met several hundred day hikers on my way out. Some "backpackers" were camping only a few hundred yards north of Carvers Gap and many camped along the trail before Grassy Ridge. Several years ago there were "no camping allowed" signs posted here.
    Sleep on the ground, rise with the sun and hike with the wind....

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