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    AAHHH man I am so pumped, here is my pack list, its pretty close to finished just trying to decide on a few luxery items like my JRB sleeves, aluminum stay, and one or two other things.

    and I forget whom I got this excel chart from but its been a great help thank you very much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    I love SNP. R you going to be back in time for MAHHA?
    Yep, me and Cranky Bear are both going to the MAHA. I have to leave Sat after cookout however.

    And Deucalion we are leaving the 20th and coming home the 26th. Shoot me a PM with you number and ill give you a call if you wanna try and come meet us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    I love SNP. R you going to be back in time for MAHHA?
    Absolutely!! I'm not gonna miss a Greatest hiker in the world, and sure is easy on the eye's breakfast, now that would be just silly!
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    What area will you guys be in, I will be starting at Rockfish Gap on the 22nd and hope to finish at Front Royal 28th. Hope to see you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleJ View Post
    What area will you guys be in, I will be starting at Rockfish Gap on the 22nd and hope to finish at Front Royal 28th. Hope to see you guys.
    Were starting at Swift on the 20th and finishing at Front Royal on the 26th.
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    Looks as if you'll be a couple days ahead of me. Hope you have a great trip. I thought about heading up to the MAHHA when I come off trail, just depends how the body feels and if the wife wants me home.

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    Don't forget... the waysides are open now. Blackberry milkshakes are amazing!!! I usually hit up Elkwallow, as the AT comes out right beside it. Big Meadows is nice to, and a great spot to resupply. It's a short climb up to it from the AT though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deucalion View Post
    Don't forget... the waysides are open now. Blackberry milkshakes are amazing!!! I usually hit up Elkwallow, as the AT comes out right beside it. Big Meadows is nice to, and a great spot to resupply. It's a short climb up to it from the AT though.
    Yea I just can't seem to remember which one has what (some have better stuff than others)!
    We aren't doing a resupply, carrying it all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cranky Bear View Post
    Yea I just can't seem to remember which one has what (some have better stuff than others)!
    We aren't doing a resupply, carrying it all!
    Don't blame you, SNP resupply can be a bit pricey. Still, don't miss Elkwallow Wayside and the Blackberry milkshake. The AT crosses the road right beside it. It's a long, slow climb out of there, and 5-6 miles to Gravel Springs Hut. Well worth the stop, if nothing else for the milkshake!

    I might not catch ya'll on this hike. I have a few things that need taken care of at home as I'll be gone all the following weekend at the MAHHA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deucalion View Post
    Don't blame you, SNP resupply can be a bit pricey. Still, don't miss Elkwallow Wayside and the Blackberry milkshake. The AT crosses the road right beside it. It's a long, slow climb out of there, and 5-6 miles to Gravel Springs Hut. Well worth the stop, if nothing else for the milkshake!

    I might not catch ya'll on this hike. I have a few things that need taken care of at home as I'll be gone all the following weekend at the MAHHA.
    Prices were one thing, but, also we are only out for 6 days (7 if something goes wrong) and the weight isn't that bad it also goes down each day!

    Well see thats where the problem lies, we might stop for LRR to get a milkshake but I am not so sure I want to have that issue while on the trail (lactose intolerant)!
    I've done it before and man'o'man it was good, but holy cow the end result was bad! Now I don't know if they changed their line-up and added lactose free or soy, it's been a while since I have been down that way!

    Sorry you can't make it/meet up with us!!! Will be great to meet you at MAHHA though!!
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