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#361 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 11:35:59 AM(UTC)
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Hi guys!

I flew to Connecticut two days and we really want to take advantage of our limited time there [3 weeks] for trip. We found the area entrance and exit according to our calculation would take about 10 days [140 km].

Our assumption that they are places we want to linger a moment longer, then walking distances each day will be different I guess.

I would like to receive information about coping with the weather season there [the stroller will be between 17-28 September], food, lodging, and important information that your experience better than that taught you!

Also, this is the first time I'm going to travel outside the country, and although it was a short section long time, I didn't want to go away disappointed that underestimated the value or because I didn't get ready for him.

Thanks in advance. :]

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#362 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 3:12:09 PM(UTC)
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Don't know if all the haplch kinda here except me, so I suggest you ask the Americans in Appalachian's Forum trailforums website

Or on the website of

Whiteblaze

The best.

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#363 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 3:23:35 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the references, the site of oitbliis met, but I couldn't draw him too.

My English is hard for me, and I can't find the topics I needed to help me.

I need to know what the situation there in terms of weather tent level/km/clothing. Most of the equipment we have, it's just that nobody knows what the weather is going to deal with.

Again, thank you! :]

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#364 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 3:55:02 PM(UTC)
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Don't know how much it helps you but I went in October, all for a re-sorted in 1985 and the weather was great with a temperature of 10-15 degrees in the day and close to zero in the night. Once me some snow but it wasn't serious. Most people who go all for coming to Northern New England in September during the casting, then you will not be alone. Amnonl 40791.5400231481
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#365 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 6:30:25 PM(UTC)
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Then get ready for cold weather, snow and rain. That means clothing, hot brass storm/night, and tent km 7, Gore-Tex, have hot day and night wear everything including tights, thermal shirts, if necessary and in the bag and a tent if it's cold. Equipment-important thermal shirt, thermal fleece tights, involving long sleeve shirt, jacket, bag rain cover, opaque leggings water suffice. Had enough snow in April in Jakarta.

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#366 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2011 9:56:28 PM(UTC)
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Hi guys!

My friends and I are starting on Friday for the Williams town in Massachusetts and going South.

We are planning to move there for 10 days, and that the time to stop us from there we headed back to the big city.

I would love any information you have to share about the area!

What happens in terms of shlterim this season, fellow travellers and hikers walk distances to medium day.

If you have questions that I asked, and I had to ask, get even!


Thanks in advance! :]
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#367 Posted : Thursday, October 6, 2011 5:07:05 AM(UTC)
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Hello friends!

I came back two days ago, and our trip in Appalachian spring was very successful!
Our initial programs planned to start in Maine in southernmost part and move south to Kent falls in Connecticut. After a friend told us she was going that day like us to do a short segment of the day in Massachusetts, decided to jump at the chance and we took her for a ride and we started our trip at Mount Greylock in Massachusetts.
Instead of driving for Williams and then to start, tell us about a great way the Observatory at the Summit of Greylock and went for it. To call Thunder-bolt, and that was challenges-2.5 miles of tipped ascent, that kind of reminded me of running boot camp were on stretchers in the mountain: mountains/knee
After the Summit isano, we must view and saw far far away! Refill water, consultation with the Rangers and went towards the "hostel for that night. Mark falls, the name "hostel, well maintained, clean and spacious. Boiling water, baked rice, tea, Pee and sleep!
We got up this morning around 7:00, and we discovered how cold it can be in the United States at night. A cup of tea, some peanut butter, and we were off. Incidentally, the muscles hurt bad after the steep rise of Greylock, and the second day, was easy – almost 17 miles to the next shelter, which also included several highs, tbrbroyoth and ride in case of a local guy's van noted us walking miles in the opposite direction:] incidentally, markup within residential areas lack, and easy to turn a wrong, not to mention tiresome asphalt walk. ... We arrived pretty broken cover CAI wood, ate, drank tea, whiskey and a gmano plunged into the depths of our bag.
Maintenance of the trail are very surprised! After the hurricane that engulfed the East Coast in late August, for what have become muddy and Timbers that were scattered along the trail proved their effectiveness and help us keep our dry manalis Also, white everytime the liiss appeared looking slightly forward, so there was no problem to see the way forward. Wooden signs at points of intersection which mirrors a few miles remained to the key points below, and help you to calculate how many miles has been moving throughout the day.
Plateau and relaxing walk on the third day, and first meeting with strolling on the Appalachia! Here exposed to the practice of making high קילומטרז'ים on the trail-trail niimaz! We asked two guys their names, and the answer we got was, "Hey, nice, tomit two Chicago Bull who iz, iz & תי'ס Mae Hong Son-pinius" Confused, they back something like "Oh, niimaz voice. Wat iz Ure niimaz ת'י of castrated, and then received an explanation of the tradition of trail and the niimaz guesthouse in shalterim, which is the most prescribed them every time they come, how they can follow other guys they met during their trip, and to leave messages to each other. We arrived at the shelter in October mountain, hot soup with beef jerky [kosher store in Queens!], Fifi and sleeping.
We go into the fourth day, just waiting to get to the next shelter – upper goose cabin. 10 miles separate value between October mountain cabin on goose pond, passing on top of Beckett. Incidentally, in the Black Mountain met towards the end of our trip told us that he was on top after the day we were there and was able to pick up where a bear escaped from it! Deluxe room a bit when he told us that after all the stories about bears and other animals on the trail, we were thirsty for Deb's play!
We arrived at the cabin on goose pond, where he met the region's ה"משגיח, John told us that his name should give a dip in the Lake before descending darkness, and we did. Quite a sight! Small Pier, immersion in water, trees around. Pleasure. We returned to the cabin and discovered how Heather high! Summer is the beginning of the 20th century, built of wood, called American wood species in w. Chesnutt because any disease, and is now trying to raise it. The first floor dining area, living area with sofa, fireplace, books and board games. The back is a well-equipped kitchen alone enough tools, including gas plate [!] to use. The second floor 15 beds and mattresses for travellers, very spacious and clean.
Cabin stop turned out to be particularly worthwhile – in the morning when shchmano was a pot of coffee on the table, and found John fry us pancakes with chocolate! During the grub started raining pretty bad which lasted until noon, which kept us out since we hadn't prepared for rain. We decided to leverage the place a little bit, so we took a canoe out for a spin in both Lakes, and in return offered to Jack that will help fill about to empty his jazz emanations that lies on the other side of the Lake. Another night in the cabin, more saturated morning pancakes, and hope we go.
On the way to our next shelter, close to Connecticut, already met two couples travelling Portuguese couple dogs, an elderly woman with a German Shepherd, and another guy with a type of all African Wolf! On the way to mount Wilcox of which we discussed shelter and the word, said the North is not ashlter is maintained and infested with mosquitoes. After consultation, we decided to keep relief shelter, where, to our surprise, we found two hosted by less than 100 feet apart and about a million gnats! Apparently all the area infested with mosquitoes rather frenzied, you just knew of us, left us awake at night from tgrdim and whining!
When we woke up to the seventh day, were beaten, and the result was 1-0 to mosquitoes. Some deodorant stick to soothe itching their bites, tea, peanut butter and went for a short day. 4 miles separate the sanctuary on Mount Wilcox South and our next cover, Tom Leonard. 4 miles of walking slowly, looking at the surrounding forest, snake, frog and Xu looking like Triton, but we couldn't get the course of these cute Lizard [small pinkie-sized lizards, do bright red and yellow spots, anyone know?]. Just before we got Tom Leonard, Murphy dropped by and we'd best gshmo. Tonight we decided to open the tent and sleeping inside and avoid at all costs the penetration of mosquitoes to sack hanging of wet clothes [which turned out to be a big mistake in the morning – the clothes seemed more humidity wet], soup, noodles, Pee and little sleep.
Woke up this morning, got ready and began to March the 8th day. On the way we met a hiker who had his way, we truly checked us the weather on his cell phone. The conversion we landed in heaven – heavy rains that are expected to descend on the area from noon, and the same for the next three days. We concluded not to come in that day to our next cover mount Everett, and decided to give way to the nearest town, Mayfield, and calling relatives to pick us up. We went down the mountain to road asphalt, and continued with it until Roth 7. Direction on the road, three travelling handbags under somber skies, will hitchhike with relative ease, but the opposite is true — no one stopped, walked five miles along Roth 7 until we reached the diner. We walked in, sat down, we ordered pizza. At the moment the sky opened and the rain started to come down – Murphy, disappointing.
While awaiting the diner tiddeno close with the owner, who turned out to be Rhodes, Greek amateur Israel and hate avid Turkey – tziziki and coffee at the expense of the owner, siren red Chevy pickup, and on to a hot shower, Sherman Connecticut Pee and sleep.


ת'נק Yu אפאלאצ'יאן, a slowing and Botz pleasure! Hop o c u soon!
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#368 Posted : Thursday, October 6, 2011 1:32:26 PM(UTC)
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Beautiful! Really enjoyed reading. Thanks for the share!
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#369 Posted : Thursday, October 6, 2011 2:57:55 PM(UTC)
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Pictures piksha.

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#370 Posted : Thursday, October 6, 2011 8:45:34 PM(UTC)
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Not their best, quite old and worn camera.
Enjoy:]

Pictures
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#371 Posted : Friday, October 7, 2011 3:05:45 AM(UTC)
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Sandals? Nice photos, brings me back to 2004.

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#372 Posted : Friday, October 7, 2011 4:56:08 PM(UTC)
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Yes Yes ... There were also two guy went even barefoot!
Incidentally, the results in the short term-not worthwhile at all, dirty feet, blisters and cuts pretty deep. A week after the leg trip still looked black, and after a lot of fun and work on the foot.
The long-story short, because the sea yields our long-standing call for the man who claims school shoes is not healthy and it's a red herring to make us money, so he took it to the extreme. Seems a few years who are no more backaches:]
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#373 Posted : Saturday, October 8, 2011 3:31:09 PM(UTC)
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Just knowing there's madness to walk barefoot and in ry, trails Google under

Barefoot hiking

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#374 Posted : Saturday, October 8, 2011 8:42:57 PM(UTC)
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Jaap. I also read better subject-born to run There are some interesting points but I chose to go with the shoes.

BTW, tell us for about two girls who went the whole Appalachian Trail, bare and they even wrote a book about it.
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#375 Posted : Sunday, October 9, 2011 10:21:27 PM(UTC)
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KATAHDIN my image
The Summit was conquered on 29-9-2011 and completed a journey that began in

1-4-2011

Just landed a few hours זמי1 40827.7286805556
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#376 Posted : Sunday, October 9, 2011 11:48:09 PM(UTC)
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No picture you presumed suspect. Don't believe it!
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#377 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 2:55:11 AM(UTC)
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What everyone ... I will wait for MA with mhashbistis solutions.

MA: about 700 image and upload only 500 maybe I send you and you publish?
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#378 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 3:18:56 AM(UTC)
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Entire pffff Theroux hike of the Appalachian Trail. Not even worth the effort to upload photo

Big man. Waiting for prescriptions.
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#379 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 4:32:10 PM(UTC)
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Narrow aperture has no choice or going to piksha

All due respect. Not just did you.

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#380 Posted : Monday, October 10, 2011 5:18:48 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = זמי1]

Narrow aperture has no choice or going to piksha


All due respect. Not just did you.



This mini 700 (rar). I transferred the images to your computer and email now decides what to send to the National Geographic society.

There are, of course, and I have to sit with the compnein ((data book was pants pocket (one Conference held each path should also do an overview of the equipment didn't give me?) and the compnein extension in the pod up.)) to remember everything.
In the next few days I sit down to write (and probably a lot)

* Ma I'm sending you an email with the image
* I don't have your email. Send me a private message? 40826.5977662037 waterboy
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