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    Default Appalachian Trail Mailing Labels

    Based on the CDT Mailing Labels page I made last year I'm creating a Appalachian Trail Mailing Labels page. I've only got the Georgia-North Carolina-Tennessee section done but will be working on the rest, including hostels and other businesses that accept mail drops in the next couple days.

    Take a sneak peek.

    http://www.soruck.net/at/index.html

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    This is good.
    Thank You very much
    DeerPath

    P.S. This would be a good App to carry on a hike.
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    Very cool. Thanks for sharing this.

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    Great idea!

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    Thank you, and please let us know when it's finished. Now if I can get my ancient printer to cooperate a little while longer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeerPath View Post
    This is good.
    Thank You very much
    DeerPath

    P.S. This would be a good App to carry on a hike.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Jones View Post
    Very cool. Thanks for sharing this.
    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Lights View Post
    Great idea!
    Quote Originally Posted by tiptoe View Post
    Thank you, and please let us know when it's finished. Now if I can get my ancient printer to cooperate a little while longer...
    Thanks. getting there, working on the hostels now. Once it's complete I'll look into making it an app.

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    Very cool Sly, that's quit an under taking...good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Sock View Post
    Very cool Sly, that's quit an under taking...good job!
    Thanks, One Sock.

    I've added most of the more common PO's, hostels and motels that accept mail drops. If anyone can think of some they feel should be added, just let me know.

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    I do have a few suggestions... Rockfish Outfitters(Waynesboro), Terrapin Station Hostel(Front Royal), ATC Headquarters, Edge of the Woods Outfitter(DWG), Backcountry Outfitter(Kent), Flume Visitor Center(Franconia Notch)

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    This is very coo;. My wife can alsouse this to send me goods during the hike...Great job.

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    Sapphire Inn link comes up Blueberry Patch........

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    Great list!
    I know it's a work in progress, but be sure to include Caratunk House in Caratunk, ME.
    Caratunk post office only open from 2pm-4pm. Caratunk House open all day.
    Thanks,
    boulder

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    Just 100 yrds off trail.

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    Very Cool, I am going to be using 2 mail drops on my upcoming section and have never done a mail drop before this is helpful.

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