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#1 Posted : Sunday, February 24, 2008 1:49:55 AM(UTC)
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Amir, maybe you know this guy? New Zealand made in 2007, with GPS. Not yet opened up to enable all the information he has to rest file for Google Earth. This year he's going along. PCT. Japan

Exactly Orna revealed that, as all of us here at big Swiss long but trails in the u.s. and Europe, but we have no mission properly in the far East or South America.
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#2 Posted : Sunday, February 24, 2008 2:24:28 PM(UTC)
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I understand what these Japan wrote, there is no path is marked most of the way, mostly on roads. So there is a long path is set, but the walk from North to South with that experience.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, February 24, 2008 4:54:04 PM(UTC)
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That's exactly the question. All of us here are smart on well-marked trails and organized. But in Japan the guy violated the path only. It's not that the Bill marked. And in South America. Trails are marked and impressive, but who comes to travel does not bill for AC/DC. He collects small trips for himself in all sorts of different areas.

So I just put the emphasis on us hard in the daily walk. The equipment weight. But this wine very much when it comes to himself. We prefer where decision for himself will go do for us by someone else.

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#4 Posted : Monday, February 25, 2008 12:48:55 PM(UTC)
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I didn't realize the bottom line.

Who come to walk on asphalt in a foreign country without knowing the language? As my personal it occupies the asphalt.

To walk away in a foreign country only, every day looking for how to get to the next scene, where there's food, I'd rather go hiking in the wild, somehow.

Breathing exhaust gases of cars don't appeal to me.

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#5 Posted : Monday, February 25, 2008 4:31:11 PM(UTC)
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Totally agree with you on. When the shtichnano our Israel went on the base for large parts but modified according to our (started from Hermon, cut through the Beit netofa Valley, went to the beach when it wasn't the path etc.). There's something in the planning track. Also I did out of the Judean desert.

In addition, trekking in South America, especially in Bolivia and Peru, walking tracks reading numbers or other people showed me in a topographic map, but the path in the field. Navigation and finding the best way for/in the field add a lot of fun and connection with the landscape.

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#6 Posted : Tuesday, February 26, 2008 11:13:08 AM(UTC)
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My question is why the emphasis that the asphalt. Who spoke of asphalt? No long routes in India they're unordered, unmarked, not breaking asphalt? Do you think that Craig is going to walk on Japan routes, only because there is no marked route on roads?
All I'm saying is don't have huts along the way. He doesn't have a book. It has no maps are marked by someone else. And he knows how he would come every day to the next scene. He just planned it in advance. Only. No one tells him where to go. Probably also trails. Also probably somehow. Just not set up for only one throughout Japan.
And once again we determine, marked routes, toierim. No supply problems. I think there are a lot of different tracks.
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#7 Posted : Tuesday, February 26, 2008 8:32:55 PM(UTC)
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I think definitely lift here. I think because much of the motivation of troakerim is the balicht achievement and end all. We feel that we walked a trail like Israel or trail apalch trail, and it gives us an option to show off.
But for that we need someone to give to there so that we can be proud that we did it. Otherwise when sections of the mslolshham roads (and all long trail has such fragments, sometimes very long) the temptation to hitch to worsen. I'm not saying it's a bad thing to skip sections of Highway-it feels frustrating and futile efforts to go for days on a paved road when you know you can hitch a ride and get it done in an hour, but once someone else gave to the tendency of many troakerim, and mine, is to not skip roads so we feel we did all for not covered ו"רימינו.
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#8 Posted : Tuesday, February 26, 2008 9:38:05 PM(UTC)
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I think all thmadk in the end, money and commitments, how much you have and if it's good enough to cut through daily life and go anywhere you want without worries and without strings attached. Commitments to work, I love my house.
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#9 Posted : Wednesday, February 27, 2008 12:37:42 AM(UTC)
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I don't understand you, MA.
What is the relationship between money and commitment, and deciding between an orderly path as Appalachia, or PCT, or a tour in Europe (walk rafiog ' rafiog ') and a path, like this example of walking along Japan, or to do some serious trekking in Nepal (no one picked them officially ל"שביל"), or do something similar in South America. With or without ה"מרקחים the long thing, I just point out the fact that we here get the trails, paths and less enthused than unordered.
In the showdown, like Appalachia or the PCT can be comparatively cheap, and a lot less in Europe can be much more expensive. So don't think about money.

Rooney-I'm not sure I feel the need to brag about having done all or part of it, the trail passes through a particular place (even if it is along a road section), it does more for me than binding if I sew only a shorter sections, then I really skip between hitch part section.
I also think that a lot of laziness. I enjoy the challenge, balicha really beautiful landscapes (and enjoyed them in Appalachia) experience. I less enjoyed organized excursions. To find tracks. Looking for places to stay. Worrying about logistics. The test has had very successful Appalachia.
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