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Recent Forum Posts

Re: Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
postholer - Sat, Mar 25, 2017
I feel your pain. It would be nice to know what conditions are like every step of the way, around every corner and every rise. T...

Re: Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
jimbo - Fri, Mar 24, 2017
But it is alittle crazy to brag about postholer.com being a great source for "trail snow" not (snow pack), and then to...

Re: Spot Interface Question For Site Moderators
kiwi stu - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Thanks for reply. I will hit my Spot OK button once I arrive in LAX from Australia. If it doesnt work I will contact you before ...

Re: Snow Depths At The Start Of April,2017
jimbo - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Sorry, that this post is a duplicate to my first (which I did not see get posted in time to eliminate this one! It is okay to ...

Re: Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
jimbo - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Thank you all! I was going to send my snowshoes to Paradise Cafe, prior to the flank of Mt. Jacinto. I will definitely be carry...

Re: Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
Miner - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Having just driven back from Joshua Tree NP, I can attest the San Bernardino Mtns are still covered in a lot of snow. From what...

Re: Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
Gary Schenk - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Presently, there's lots of snow in the San Jacintos, San Bernardinos and San Gabriels. It's been warm so there's been a lot of m...

Re: Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
postholer - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Each of the 5,200 points in the snow represents an aggregate of SWE over a coverage area of a square kilometer. This sample area...

Re: Spot Interface Question For Site Moderators
postholer - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
Put your ESN in and everything should just work. If not, let me know! Have a great trip on the PCT this year! -postholer...

Snow On The Pct Prior To Kennedy Meadows
jimbo - Tue, Mar 21, 2017
I have viewed the snow graph that postholer.com provides. The "current" trail snow green line shows no snow in the fi...

Spot Interface Question For Site Moderators
kiwi stu - Mon, Mar 20, 2017
I am in Brisbane, Australia and am hiking the PCT this season, kicking off 6 June. Last year I bought a SPOT GEN3 and trialled i...

Snow Depths At The Start Of April,2017
jimbo - Mon, Mar 20, 2017
So, I have been looking at the postholer.com graph of trail snow for the PCT and I am a bit confused. there doesn't seem to be ...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

Another Day Ahhhh-waitn'
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PCT - Threebuttons - Today
Trying to keep these entries at least a tiny bit interesting just in case someone actually reads them. Damn. This isn't as easy as it looks...YOU TRY IT!!!...
Day In The Life...
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AZT - SlowBro - Yesterday
Today is a zero day in Superior, AZ and rather than write down all the different things I ate today, I thought I might review a typical day on the trail. Every trail day starts the night befo...
Gila River
AZT - tmcorcoran - Sun, Mar 26, 2017
Last night I woke up about 3 am and got out and looked at the stars, which I do every night. The stars out here are incredibly beautiful, especially now that the moon is new. Every night I see...
About A Week Out
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AT - KenandNancy - Sun, Mar 26, 2017
Time is drawing near. Training and planning are about done and soon we'll be headed to Georgia to start our 5 - 6 month journey. We feel very blessed by all the people offering their support t...
Base Weight
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PCT - Ed+CLee - Sat, Mar 25, 2017
Just finished the 2017 Gear List for the Oregon Sections. Base weight is 14 lbs. Funny how it creeps up and you pare it down, only to have it creep up again....
AT Update From Top Of Georgia Hostel
AT - Teratarzan - Sat, Mar 25, 2017
Started from Neel Gap on 3/23 at 8:30 heading toward Wildcat Mtn. At the gap prior to the climb, Tesnatnee Gap, was a welcome trail magic of all the goodies needed before the mountain! After s...
Journal Entry
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PCT - batesvillebreeze - Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Day 4 Gil, a cool dude from Fallon, NV camped near me last night. And there was some other dude that kept to himself. Gil is a good guy but Gil has the Thermarest Neo-air sleeping pad. Than...
First Town Stop
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AZT - drewsmith - Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Arizona Trail @ 31.5400, -110.7528 574 feet from mile 51.1 http://maps.google.com/maps?q=31.53998,-110.75279 The stormy weather passed last night, leaving cold still air in it...
Zero Day With My Brother's Family
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AZT - WFO50+ - Fri, Mar 24, 2017
After some great burritos for breakfast, Ed and I drove out to Catalina State Park to scout some pictures (my brother is a amateur photographer). After a nice walk without my pack, we headed b...
Patagonia Days 69-77
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GPT - buck30 - Fri, Mar 24, 2017
Sorry, but I've just about given up on this journal! We made it across the Beagle Channel to Puerto Williams. The zodiac boat ride was nice but the 50k winding dirt road shuttle bus ride made ...
Julian California
PCT - camperdan - Thu, Mar 23, 2017
I spent most of the rainy day in three different restaurants charging batteries and pigging out. Got my free thru hiker pie and ice cream and coffee at mom's pies. Dinner at the Italian restau...
Pizza
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AT - chaseat99 - Thu, Mar 23, 2017
Temperature dropped to 27* this morning. I slipped in to my down pants and jacket before dawn. I was pretty sore from walking 19 miles yesterday. Funny how quick my body goes soft without cons...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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DiscoDan - CDT - Aug 23, 2010 - Journal Entry
A windy night last night but the tent held up just fine.  Sounded as if the wind was more up in the trees than at ground level.   Slept in until 0630 and we were on the trail by 0700.  It took us all of about 30 minutes to get to Fletcher Pass so we actually got there before Kathy did.  Fortunately I had a good book I've been reading so I got a little reading in while we waited.  It wasn't much of a wait before Kathy showed up along with her trusty side kick, Lincoln.  Hot coffee, bagel with cream cheese and a sandwich for the trail was the order of the day.   It wasn't long and we were back on the trail slack packing to Rogers Pass a little over 12 miles to the north.  The trail today was great; easy to follow for a change.  Several times we were out in the open hiking along some ridges and had some great views.  It was mighty windy and reminded me a little of Franconia Ridge in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, very nice to say the least.  Made it to Rogers Pass by 1230 and just as we came out onto the highway Kathy drove up so our timing was pretty darn good.   On the way back to the RV we stopped at a McDonalds in Helena for a quick snack.  This McD’s had a more robust dollar menu which I was glad to see again.  The dollar menu at the McD’s in Deer Lodge is not very extensive.   The weather this morning felt very Fall like, cool and windy and lots of clouds.  By afternoon the sun had come out and started warming things up a bit. It ended up being about a 2.5 hour ride back to Deer Lodge from Rogers Pass.  Kathy sure put a few miles on the truck today!   I opted to not go out for dinner tonight.  Instead, I had saltine crackers with peanut butter and then made myself a serving of couscous.  I haven’t even put a dent in the couscous I bought for this grand adventure, what was I thinking when I bought so much of this stuff.  Oh yeah, I was thinking “what a bargain, a buck a box, how can I go wrong?”  Well, in retrospect, I believe that was extremely flawed thinking.  Now I need to be on the look out for a “1,001 Ways to Fix Couscous” cook book.  Oh well, live and learn. (ha!)   Looks like we’ll be staying in Deer Lodge tomorrow and not relocating after all.  The brakes on the truck have be acting up so Kathy will be taking the truck to a Ford dealer in Helena to have them checked out and repaired.  Better safe than sorry so tomorrow will be a “chill out” day.  I’m sure I’ll find things to do to keep me busy.   Guess that’s about it for now.   Disco

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