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Recent Forum Posts

Re: CDT Class Of 2016
dr__boB - Fri, Feb 12, 2016
Hi, I'll be heading SOBO on the CDT as well, starting in June. I'll probably take the train to East Glacier around June 20 or so...

Re: Bears, Canister Vs. Food Pillow
stillroaming - Wed, Feb 10, 2016
Over the years I've had 4 night time bear encounters. I've always slept with my food and never have I had my food taken. I'm not...

Re: Bears, Canister Vs. Food Pillow
Gary Schenk - Wed, Feb 10, 2016
What you are saying is a canister needs to be carried for the entire trail, as you will encounter bears all along the trail, NOT...

Re: Bears, Canister Vs. Food Pillow
stillroaming - Tue, Feb 9, 2016
You bet it is in your best interest. And my best interest. After a bear gets your food, he's going to want mine. That makes him ...

Re: Bears, Canister Vs. Food Pillow
Gary Schenk - Tue, Feb 9, 2016
You bet it is in your best interest. And my best interest. After a bear gets your food, he's going to want mine. That makes him ...

PCT Snow As Of Feb 8, 2016
postholer - Mon, Feb 8, 2016
For those keeping tabs on such things, here's a side by side comparison of how the snow year is shaping up between Kennedy Meado...

Re: 2016 South Bound Pct Thru Hike
heartattackhiker - Sun, Feb 7, 2016
hi mgarrett100 if you interested in going with us on the 14th just email me back sometime. Myself and another gentleman from the...

Re: 2016 South Bound Pct Thru Hike
heartattackhiker - Sun, Feb 7, 2016
Hi Margerette, I will be leaving on a lower elevation route into Canada starting. June 14th. I'll be bringing nano spikes and ...

Re: 2016 South Bound Pct Thru Hike
mgarrett100 - Sat, Feb 6, 2016
My wife and are also planning on going southbound this year with a mid June start date. We wouldn't mind having some extra comp...

Re: Bears, Canister Vs. Food Pillow
Kaptain Kangaroo - Sat, Feb 6, 2016
Perhaps think of it this way... If every hiker kept their food in their tent, bears would soon learn that if they harassed a hik...

Bears, Canister Vs. Food Pillow
stillroaming - Fri, Feb 5, 2016
I've been thinking about this and maybe someone can shed some light on this in a , non-emotional way. Your typical PCT black be...

Re: Where To Buy A Bear Canister > Kennedy Meadow
enyapjr - Thu, Feb 4, 2016
FWIW: BearVault keeps the Kennedy Meadows Store stocked with BV500 canisters - 2016 price is 68 USD including tax. 68 USD is a ...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

Refurb Puff Jacket
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CT - SlowBro - Yesterday
I looked over my Insulation Layer - a BackpackingLight full zip hooded jacket which unfortumately is not available any more. The PCT was hard on it since I wore it daily and slept in it about ...
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PCT - lwirtz - Yesterday
Hello friends, Today I went on a nice hike with my son, Matthew. We walked a total of 15 miles. I loaded my backpack with everything but a full load of food. My pack weighed 25 pounds and fe...
Virgin Growth
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PCT - blackstar - Yesterday
my mother read my blog this morning. i expressly asked her not to, but i knew she would go ahead anyway. "that's the story my life that's the difference between wrong and right. but Bill...
My Mind's Made Up
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AT - Gorp-Gobbler - Wed, Feb 10, 2016
After much thought and figuring my finances, I've decided there's no way I can make a hike this year. I know how expensive it was last year, and I had my whole Social Security check to spend....
Conditioning On Florida Trail
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PCT - camperdan - Wed, Feb 10, 2016
My last day out on the beautiful Florida trail took me to Saint Marks National Park. Here my brother Paul walked us out on a long dike road that was full of wildlife. Seeing birds and alliga...
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PCT - longshot - Tue, Feb 9, 2016
I upgraded my pack to the ULA Circuit and acquired the Corsa Camp ice axe. I have decided on a resupply strategy of purchasing locally when I can and only mailing to a couple of locations. By ...
It's Getting Real
PCT - cosmohiker - Tue, Feb 9, 2016
Hello Everyone! 10 weeks left! Things are starting to come together. My boxes are pilling up waiting to be filled, dehydrator is running and producing yummy looking food, gear is accumulatin...
Gear Thoughts
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PCT - jmac56 - Tue, Feb 9, 2016
So I have almost all major equipment selected/purchased. Most of the major items (tent/bag/pack) will be what I used on my section hike last year. It all worked well and will keep it: Bag/S...
Quote Of The Day....
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PCT - sb - Mon, Feb 8, 2016
Heres some questions Ive been asking myself. What if I forgive myself? What if I was sorry? What if I could go back in time? I wouldnt do a single thing differently. What if all those th...
Shakedown 4: Bluestem With Troop 990
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AT - BevoHi - Sat, Feb 6, 2016
No mileage hiked with the backpack on this trip. Chance and I drove out to Frank's place for their annual Bluestem camp out with Troop 990. Incidentally, as a college student back in 1990, in ...
Postscript
FT - brianle - Sat, Feb 6, 2016
After backpacking for a while, it seems truly incredible how quickly one can get around with planes and trains and automobiles (all of which I used these last couple of days). I flew home ye...
Border Test
CDT - lorenmauch - Fri, Feb 5, 2016
Wow! What a great first day on the trail. It was really nice of Fred and Wilma to drop us off at the border. It's great to be at Lake Morena. (used when attaching photos to your entrys) (...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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Muir Hut at Muir Pass for stranded or curious hikers

Jackrabbit and Photo - PCT - Sep 17, 2012 - Sept 17 Blog
Sept 17, Monday: hiking day 15

We had an easy hike today, mostly down, arriving at
Red's Meadow Resort around 1:00, just in time to have lunch in the restaurant. Awesome! I had a BLT with chips and a root beer float, Paul a grilled ham and
Cheese and pie with ice cream.
Real food tastes so good after being on the trail for a while. Mmmm. Other than 2 ranger huts, these are the first buildings we've seen in 14 days.
It's been fun shooting the breeze here with some of the other hikers, still these are mostly JMT, (John Muir Trail) folks heading south, (We're heading north). I realize we really have a lot of this down having put as many miles in as we have.
We were going to hitch into Mammoth, but we have everything we need right here, laundry, showers, room and restaurant, even a decently stocked store for hiker stuff.
We picked up our resupply package, sorted through it all and then made a donation of the remainder Steve's food to the hiker box.
We went by our first burned area on our hike so far except for day 1. This was such a huge part of the landscape in the desert and even parts of Oregon. This whole section seems to have been spared. Also today there was a huge area of blown down trees, giant trees, the whole forest for about 1-2 square miles. Apparently some intense freak wind storm last year.
We're psyched about breakfast at the restaurant at 07:00!
We may loll around until lunch or hit the trail right away and head to Toulomne Meadows. Paul is feeling very perky after a washing and 2 solid meals, me too for that matter. Clean clothes!!!!!! (Yes, we were wearing our rain gear this afternoon in the baking sun as we did our laundry).
Real Bed to sleep in!!

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