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    Bumping this up!

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    Interesting stuff..

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    ACYE.... All you can eat! Too funny!

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    Rage hiking

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    What is rage hiking?
    " Maybe life isn't about avoiding the bruises. Maybe it's about collecting the scars to prove we showed up for it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lnj View Post
    What is rage hiking?
    In my experience, it's when my gf gets p.o'd at me and hikes off faster than I can keep up with her.

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    Bumping this up - would really like to see someone take on an update!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Damn Yankee View Post
    You also can't forget, "Swamp A**"
    Not to be confused with "mud butt".
    "I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list." - S. Sontag

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    Freeblazing -- hiking wherever, whenever I want to, with no particular plan. Courtesy a log entry at the Ed Garvey shelter by Flower Child.

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    That is the beginning of the recipe for Fromunda Cheese.

    Quote Originally Posted by shelb View Post
    "Brown Blazing" - funny!

    My teenage son says the worst is the "swamp" (when sweat runs down the butt-crack, and pools at his testicles")
    "If it doesn't fit in my pack, I don't need it."
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    Zero Day - change the implication of what it means by changing the definition to a more empowering one

    New Zero Day - a day of compromise where one makes themselves vulnerable to potentially a wider range of life experiences during a journey

    The current definition suggests a Zero Day is to hike zero miles or is a day of rest in town or resupply when a Zero Day certainly does not have to be approached in such fashion. Zero Days can certainly include hiking that involves added hiking away from the AT or hiking through a city having worthy life experiences. To suggest my Zero Days going into Washington DC from Harpers Ferry on an AT thru-hike involved no hiking miles as I hiked around the city for 20+ miles each day is misleading and incorrect. I could give many examples of such Zero Days as they were experienced hiking possibly more miles than hiking the primary trail.

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    Zeak = zero week

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