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May 18, 2018 - AT Hike Days 86 - 93. Harper’s Ferry VA - Duncannon PA 123.8 miles

5/11 Harper’s ferry zero 5/12. Dalgren backpacking area 1041.9 17.8 5/13. Raven rock shelter 1060.8 18.9 5/14. Rocky Mtn Shelter 1080.6 19.8 5/15. Toms Run Shelter. 1099.8. 19.2 5/16. Alec Kennedy shelter 1118.8 19.0 5/17. Darlington Shelter 1137. 19.0 5/18. Duncannon pa the Doyle 1147.9 10.9 In this section we hiked a full 7 days between towns - between showers - between laundry - between resupplies. Plus it rained the whole time. We also did big days, pushing 20 miles each day. We were filthy, wet, smelly, and tired when we finally...

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Jul 16, 2016 - On our way to wisconsin

Left this morning on our way to Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. Mirror Lake & Tamarack Resort Located midway between Chicago and Minneapolis, Mirror Lake & Tamarack Resort in the Wisconsin Dells is an idea family vacation spot with a variety of entertaining activities offered year-round. In the late fall and winter, you can ski, snowmobile and ice skate. In the spring and summer, take the kids to ride the "Ducks" on a scenic tour or to one of the thrilling water parks. Whether you're bringing the kids on vacation, or you're just a kid at heart,...

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May 8, 2007 - Lake Adventure Community, Milford PA, Elev 1420 ft

Arrived at central PA and found that we can get TV but not Internet here because of the trees. Oh well, we're here for only 3 days. We're updating this at a FREE Internet Cafe down the road from our resort. So, we won't post any pictures for this area until we can use our connection again.

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Sep 2, 2006 - Pennsylvania

Driving into Pennsylvania yesterday wasn't too bad but the roads are not the best in the world (maybe it's Amish wagon ruts - ha ha). Anyway, it was drizzly when we arrived at a very nice KOA in Jonestown. We got set up, did laundry, cooked dinner and it was soon time for bed. Can't use the satellite here because there are too many trees. We get one station by using the antennae but it is snowy. It rained all night on Friday and was very windy (thanks to Ernesto). When we got up on Saturday morning, it was still pouring down. As I listened...

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