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Chris "Chance" dePolo
City: Nokesville
State: VA
Begins: Mar 17, 2009
Direction: Northbound

Daily Summary
Date: Fri, Oct 2nd, 2009
Trip Distance: 1,792.1

Journal Stats
Entry Visits: 531
Journal Visits: 27,920
Guestbook Views: 1,783
Guestbook Entrys: 59

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Great Quotes

"They wouldn't let me into Canada, I was carryin to much cash and cigarettes" and "Cavemen are people too!" - Slurms Mckinsey

"Sweating cleans you right? It's kind of like showering...for your pores." - Tax $ Dollar

"Lets stuff the hog with ramen!" - White Bread, on discussing what we would do if we killed a wild hog

"The kilt with long underwear doesn't do it for me. It's like seeing a cheerleader with bloomers on." -Slagline

"We're all like reptiles out here basking in the sun." - Hot Pants (aka Simple Man), this was on a snowy cold day in the Smokeys when we were lal perched on tiny little rocks to keep our feet dry by staying out of puddles and snow while still enjoying the sun.

"I hope that VA has fewer dry countys." - Leon

"Look at those idiots walking and carrying stuff" - some incredibly fat redneck who probabbly couldn't walk, but he could ride his 4-wheeler and carry his gun, we walked a lot farther than we wanted one day becasue of him

"At 5,000 ft it doesn't take much to impress people." - Kog (aka Cloud)

Example: Juggling, not very cool...Juggling at 5,000 ft "holy S**t man thats awesome."

"I knew him for as long as he knew me." -Hostel owner in Andover

"People who hike with dogs just don't like talking to themselves" - i forget who this was

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To Live This Way Is Not For The Meek

-Chance

 

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