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    very enjoyable as always. keep em coming . . . .

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    Fantastic!

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    Hey bablefish5,

    I really enjoyed your video, it is good to see you get out there for a hike and hang even if it is only for one night. Thanks for putting some geology in the video as well. That makes it much more interesting to have additional info about the place you visited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captn View Post
    Fantastic!

    Ever overnight on the LSHT?
    Have I ever overnighted on the LST??? Is the pope catholic?? Does a bear crap in the woods? I even have the video to prove it.


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    Bablefish5,
    Enjoyed your vid on the hang. The science part makes it that much more interesting. I always like to pick up a bit of the local geology whenever I go somewhere. It's icing on the cake. Sort of makes you feel a bit more connected to your suroundings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEFIN 774 View Post
    Hey bablefish5,

    I really enjoyed your video, it is good to see you get out there for a hike and hang even if it is only for one night. Thanks for putting some geology in the video as well. That makes it much more interesting to have additional info about the place you visited.
    Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it. I enjoy the scenery & geology of a hike. Some people look at the birds others like the plants. Me, I like the rocks.
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    Nice video!

    Quote Originally Posted by KerMegan View Post
    Arkansas has more hills/captia than tx, but we have more miles of trails, I think...
    Texas has some beautiful country. I learned to backpack just off the caprock of West Texas, in Big Bend, and the Guadalupe Mountains. Extremely dry, rugged terrain. You had better know what you're doing. However, if Texas does have more trails than Arkansas, it is only because Texas is about 4 times the size. Arkansas has 2 real nice long distance trails (OT & OHT), not to mention numerous others over 50 miles long. Yes, we have a lot of hills, and lots of lakes, rivers, creeks, and lot and lots of really nice trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babelfish5 View Post
    Have I ever overnighted on the LST??? Is the pope catholic?? Does a bear crap in the woods? I even have the video to prove it.

    Wow ..... Me and a couple of others are doing a section from stubble field to huntsfield this weekend ..... Have you done that section?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captn View Post
    Wow ..... Me and a couple of others are doing a section from stubble field to huntsfield this weekend ..... Have you done that section?
    Yes I have. Carry your water. Most sources are intermittent at best. The trail is in pretty good shape in that section. Lot's a great places to hang.
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    Great report, looks like a pretty place. Thanks for sharing.
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