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    Default Mount Rogers Outfitters...

    ...is now OPEN at it's new location 335 East Laurel Ave. at the end of the bridge, diagonally across from the car wash
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    Good luck Lumpy!
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    LW

    Is the outfitter on the other end of town near Dot's (or where Dot's was) still open too?
    The older I get, the faster I hiked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ankle Bone View Post
    LW

    Is the outfitter on the other end of town near Dot's (or where Dot's was) still open too?
    Sundog? yes

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    Great place! The fella there sewed my hipbelt when it really needed it,refused payment for that. We had bought some stuff we needed,but not enough for him to deal with my stinky pack for free. Will never forget his kindness.

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    Any idea why they moved and are they still running the hostel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slo-go'en View Post
    Any idea why they moved and are they still running the hostel?
    a local woman bought up a bunch of properties in town which included the building MRO was in and the hostel. she wanted him out by 31 Jan. the hostel hasn't been open for a few years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Trek View Post
    Great place! The fella there sewed my hipbelt when it really needed it,refused payment for that. We had bought some stuff we needed,but not enough for him to deal with my stinky pack for free. Will never forget his kindness.
    They kept my violin safe while I was hiking in that area...above and beyond as far as I'm concerned.

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