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    Mountainsmith Ghost

    Mountainsmith Ghost. Picked it up from a forum member here. Used it a couple of times. A little to much backpack for me. Small abrasion in front bottom not able to capture it in a pic. I am pretty sure this is a large.
    $70 shipped.

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    This will be a great deal for someone.

    I've still got my 2002 Ghost. I don't use it quite as often these days (my ULA's have a bit more space), but its still one of my favorite and most comfortable packs. Sure wish they hadn't discontinued this great panel-loader.
    David

    The road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with weary feet, Until it joins some larger way, Where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say.
    -Frodo Baggins, The Fellowship of the Ring

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    bump... still available

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    $65...need to move this

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    I just have to pipe in and say what a great pack this is. I still have my Ghost and it remains a favorite. I have had many packs including names like ULA and Kelty, among others, and this pack is an exceptional panel loader. It's discontinued status was always a shock to me. Never met anyone with one on the trail that didn't love them. I took my Ghost from GA to VA in '07 and it was more than enough pack. Its suspension hoop system supports loads at 35+ lbs and its comfort is superb. The price here is a steal and more.

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    PM sent..
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    Senior Member KerMegan's Avatar
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    Bway-ha-ha!
    It's mine, all mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KerMegan View Post
    Bway-ha-ha!
    It's mine, all mine!
    But, is it your color?
    Dave

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    black and blue is sooo me!

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