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Made it to New England!

Hey everyone, so we’ve actually made it into New England, even though we are bad bloggers and haven’t updated since the Mason-Dixon line. We’re trying to get caught up and we’re sorry that we haven’t been good at doing better updates. It’s crazy how busy you are on the trail and on a zero day we are so busy getting ready to keep hiking that it doesn’t seem like we have time to go sit in the library and relax.

HOPEFULLY in the next week or two we can post the Pre-Pennsylvania Rocks section, the Halfway Hangover, the Post-Pennsylvania Rocks section, the Slackpack Experiment Section plus a bunch of other short interest pieces.

CT/NY Border, we made it to New England!
CT/NY Border, we made it to New England!

At least we’re better at moving north than we are blogging!!

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A Section Hiker is a Thru-Hiker’s Best Friend

A section hiker is anyone out hiking a section of the Appalachian Trail; be it one hour or one month or anywhere in between. The typical section hiker though, is out for a three to seven day span and looking to hike under 100 miles. What is so good about most section hikers you ask?

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