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“Trip Report will follow on Facebook...
Well, we went off to a good start...
Beautiful views all the way 'till the end...
I asked WildBill if he would join me on this trip. I didn't know the group, and I felt more comfortable going with a friend. Thanks WildBill
“opps...pics got turned around...”
“Great pics gem. You should lead this as a TT trip this fall.”
“Great pix, pretty wet trip huh?”
“We had awesome weather all the way till the end. No rain”
“why is it people try to say that it is hard hiking out there? it looks like pretty easy hiking to me....but pretty anyway.”
“Nicole, it wasn't that difficult. One of the prettiest hikes I have hiked in a long time, that's for sure.”
“Gem that link of pictures you use above is about the best I've seen thus far. The thumb-size is about right to see them in pretty fair detail, paging thru them is easy and quick, opening each pic is instant, awesome job!”
“Great pics, only wish I could have made it too. Still gonna try next weekend.”
“Thanks naked ape... Not really my doing. I use smugmug :)
Karo, we were wondering what happend to you.
We had a great time. Made many new friends, even some from Columbia. I had no idea that people in Columbia backpack...”
“Of course they backpack Gem, just not with the same kinda stuff we carry in ours tho ... ; )”
“ROFLMBO... I was talking about COLUMBIA, SC... my hood ;)
That was funny... thanks :)”
“Nicole, just like any long distance trail there are easy spots. The balds on the AT are nice...once you make the climb to get to them.
I did 19E to Erwin in a foot of snow and temps in the low teens...it was anything but easy.”
“This is one of my favorite sections on the AT. This was my 6th time doing it.”
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