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#1 Posted : Sunday, May 29, 2016 10:11:50 PM(UTC)

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Familiar with this story?

Short gigol raises some more in-depth articles, like this one.

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#2 Posted : Sunday, May 29, 2016 11:29:27 PM(UTC)

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A sad story. Also I came across during my walk for the old apalazim in his 70s in weather and just about to give up.
It was north of the city of Kent in Connecticut and my brother and found him lying on the ground in the pouring rain in the middle of climbing without the ability or desire to make.
Luckily we were young and strong and carried him and his backpack to the cabin, where he was able to eventually recover.
Age is a factor in hiking. I'm not saying adults should avoid making them but just think walking alone at age 70 + this isn't a good idea.
Israel. This of course doesn't apply to you.
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