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    Hey easyriver,

    We will have to plan a Nova Scotia / Newfoundland hang for 2012 to be held in Newfoundland.

    I think this summer will be too full of projects that I must finish such as a complete kitchen tear down and rebuild and a Kiss concert in Grand Falls that I have to take my son to. As well as the regular family vacation and my sister and her family will be home for a visit for two weeks too.
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    Beautiful country. Looks like some good hiking,,,,,and kayaking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Beautiful country. Looks like some good hiking,,,,,and kayaking.
    Thanks it is beautiful here. I have never been to B.C, but I do enjoy the videos and pics that you post. Beautiful there too.
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    looking at the IATNL from the viewpoint of a long distance hiker / hammocker I was wondering how is the resupply situation and whether it is generally possible to find a hanging site every night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEFIN 774 View Post
    and a Kiss concert in Grand Falls that I have to take my son to
    A dirty job but someone has to do it!
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    Beautiful country! I would love to hike there. I guess it would take good planning to be able to hang every night. Some rock climbing equipment may be required for attaching suspension.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hog On Ice View Post
    looking at the IATNL from the viewpoint of a long distance hiker / hammocker I was wondering how is the resupply situation and whether it is generally possible to find a hanging site every night?
    Hey Hog On Ice,

    I have not hiked that trail yet but imagine it would be challenging to resupply easily. It may be hard to hang every night. It may be better to contact the IATNL with these questions if you are considering this type of hike.

    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Beautiful country! I would love to hike there. I guess it would take good planning to be able to hang every night. Some rock climbing equipment may be required for attaching suspension.
    Hey MAD777,

    It may be a challenge to hang every night on this trail but I'm not sure as I have not hiked the trail there. I have hiked a few sections in Gros Morne National Park.
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    Great... the to-do list was not long enough as it was...

    Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
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    OH GOD. must go. ive been wanting to hike NF for a while but didnt know what to do while im there, this is a good attraction. when its done, or if its done..

    those guys in the video look like tenters......... -_-
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhunt87 View Post
    Great... the to-do list was not long enough as it was...

    Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
    You are welcome.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tancrad View Post
    OH GOD. must go. ive been wanting to hike NF for a while but didnt know what to do while im there, this is a good attraction. when its done, or if its done..

    those guys in the video look like tenters......... -_-
    You can also check out the East Coast Trail. That is pretty much finished but they are going to develop more trails.

    www.eastcoasttrail.ca
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