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  • "Near" 4 season tent taking over the market

    Rasty - - Gear

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    The Tarptent Double Rainbow is an awesome 3.5 season tent at 30 ounces. Palace for one person, nice for two if she's cute.

  • A friend who will be missed

    Rasty - - Trail Dogs

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    Sorry for your loss

  • Filter or Drops

    Rasty - - Gear

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    I use the drops. On the extremely rare occasion that I need two bottles I activate two sets of chemicals in one cap then divide the solution into both bottles. In my case it's a 20 ounce and a 32 ounce bottle which gets 11 drops instead of 14.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    It's all good. I can always hike another day. L

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    My hike ended late on day one. My son-in-law had a fractured hip last year that we thought was fully healed. His hip gave out about a mile from our first campsite. Yesterday morning we very slowly walked out to the car. The last time I took him hiking he had foot problems and I dropped him off at a greyhound station. With this injury not being healed his Army career is over unless a hip replacement surgery happens soon. We are heading back home and hopefully he gets an appointment with the VA so…

  • Current Gear Sales

    Rasty - - Gear

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    I bought a sea-to-summit pillow today

  • welcome to the cafe

    Rasty - - Coffee Talk

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    Quote from Traffic Jam: “Quote from Drybones: “My wife and I were talking today... ” I’m impressed. ” Once per year at a minimum

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from Wise Old Owl: “Quote from Rasty: “Between moving, divorce, new girlfriend, quitting job, building my camper van and the wedding this is going to be the least well researched section hike of my life. Leaving Monday and I haven't done anything. ” Can we have a few pics... of the camper van... possibly you with the new girl etc..... ” appalachiantrailcafe.net/index…b51d3df1370abc0821a113938appalachiantrailcafe.net/index…b51d3df1370abc0821a113938

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from Astro: “Quote from Rasty: “I love NYC ” Great place to visit, but I don't know if I would want to riding during rush hour traffic with someone who just got their drivers license. ” I will drive from NJ to Maine.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    I love NYC

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from CoachLou: “Come on Kiddo! Just pack your crap, it’s just walking, and drivin’ ” My chauffeur son-in-law first got his driver's license today.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    I figure I can plan this while we drive to Maine. I packing 4 days worth of food.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Between moving, divorce, new girlfriend, quitting job, building my camper van and the wedding this is going to be the least well researched section hike of my life. Leaving Monday and I haven't done anything.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from jimmyjam: “Quote from Rasty: “nobo July 17th from Hanover ” Our paths won't cross. I thought you were going sobo from Maine to Vermont. ” I can sobo

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    nobo July 17th from Hanover

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from jimmyjam: “Quote from Rasty: “I'm packing the house as we speak and moving out July 15th. I'm taking my son-in-law Jeffrey hiking for two weeks. The 160 miles from Maine to Vermont should work perfectly for us. Then back home to get started on the "New Tent". ” Cool! We might just have the first Cafe head-on trail collision in New Hampshire. ” When are you there? Must get a beer if possible.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    I'm packing the house as we speak and moving out July 15th. I'm taking my son-in-law Jeffrey hiking for two weeks. The 160 miles from Maine to Vermont should work perfectly for us. Then back home to get started on the "New Tent".

  • State High Points

    Rasty - - Other Trails

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    I summited the Neusiok trail at 23 feet.

  • Where is this hiker

    Rasty - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from max.patch: “scott beat me to it. some peoples glass is half full. some peoples glass is half empty. chief doesn't even own a glass. glad everything worked out. ” He owns a glass. It's just broken into 50 pieces.

  • The Colorado Trail

    Rasty - - Other Trails

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    Quote from Traffic Jam: “Drybones has hiked part of it. Is the son-in-law the same one who had to bail in the Smokies due to foot problems? Just curious. ” It is. He's ready to listen now.