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  • welcome to the cafe

    CoachLou - - Coffee Talk

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    Quote from Astro: “Quote from max.patch: “not gonna start a gymnastics thread for what will probably be the only post ever in it... saturday night. perfect 10. i don't know how she does the things she does. youtube.com/watch?v=4ic7RNS4Dfo ” You know it is all impressive, but watching it a second time what really amazes me is how she can do the splits and bounce right up! ” 'Cause she got bigger thighs than a Runningback!

  • MLK VII

    CoachLou - - Trip Planning

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    I will take my chances with that forecast. We walked out in sleet and freezing rain and Just Bill and I slid my Subaru to the Inn, the first trip to West Mtn Shelter

  • MLK VII

    CoachLou - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from LIhikers: “You Cafe members down south ought to organize something to get together. Who knows, maybe some of us Yanks would come and hike with you. ” ROAD TRIP

  • MLK VII

    CoachLou - - Trip Planning

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    We wish you guyz could be there to!

  • MLK VII

    CoachLou - - Trip Planning

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    It changed all ready

  • MLK VII

    CoachLou - - Trip Planning

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  • MLK VII

    CoachLou - - Trip Planning

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    Quote from jimmyjam: “Quote from Astro: “Quote from SarcasmTheElf: “So who’s up for a nice little walk on MLK weekend? ” I would love the walk, but it is the 1200 Mile drive there and 1200 miles back that rules me out. ” Same here, but it's only 360 miles each way for me. ” 6 hours

  • Hiking & Biking

    CoachLou - - General

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    Mine is set up.......I just have to get on it!

  • Sleeping Bag

    CoachLou - - Sleep Systems

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    Quote from Time Zone: “I did have an 850fp treated down bag very briefly - the down wasn't so much clumping in terms of lumps and empty spots, but it felt like a sheet of synthetic batting. That is, it did not flow loosely in the bag, could not be shaken around easily. I was unimpressed with the loft (seemed to not bounce back well from the compressed state in which it was shipped), and the length per the sewn-on label was 3" shorter than advertised online! It went back; the search continues, an…

  • Sleeping Bag

    CoachLou - - Sleep Systems

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    you can’t fool Mother Nature

  • Trail Maintenance and Volunteering

    CoachLou - - General

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    Quote from Astro: “I love the personal store experiences with people and seeing and touching gear before I buy it. But the only time I have been in NJ is hiking the AT in 2015 and driving through a few times (always in a hurry and no clue how close I ever got to the store). Still fond memories of getting the catalog in the mail when I first started backpacking. I bought a lot of gear from them. Even with three degrees in Computer Science / MIS / Information Technology, I still prefer looking thr…

  • Trail Maintenance and Volunteering

    CoachLou - - General

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    Quote from LIhikers: “Quote from CoachLou: “It was an awesome store to just wander thru and wish you brought a sack of 20 dollar bills! ” And not because you just wanted the stuff, but because the stuff made adventures and dreams become realityI hope they survive as an on-line entity but I'll miss the actual store. It is/was a place where you could always count on good, to great, service. ” There selection of maps and guide books, I’ve never seen anywhere.

  • Trail Maintenance and Volunteering

    CoachLou - - General

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    It was an awesome store to just wander thru and wish you brought a sack of 20 dollar bills!

  • Trail Maintenance and Volunteering

    CoachLou - - General

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    Quote from LIhikers: “Kathy and I got out and walked the boundary line of part of "our" section of AT lands. One part, on the western side of a ridge, there was a tremendous amount of trees blown down with root balls and all. There were so many that it changed the whole character of the area and making it hard to get through the area. I didn't dress warm enough for the day and my hands were freezing by the time we finished, a 5 hour work day. After finishing we drove over to Campmor. It was kind…

  • White Mountain Facebook Rescue

    CoachLou - - Trail Health

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    I am not not happy that after 60 years of hot blooded, cold loving, ice skating cold weather camping bliss, my 61 year old bones are starting feel the cold!

  • Sleeping Bag

    CoachLou - - Sleep Systems

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    I had some communication with him after that hike. They were planning on a thru with Coyote. Then she got Lyme, then they were expecting a second pup! He does post at ToS anymore and I don’t go on his antique Mercedes site........ haven’t heard from or of him in a while

  • Basketball Thread

    CoachLou - - Coffee Talk

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    Quote from Grinder: “Quote from StalkingTortoise: “He also picked the Duke - UNC game (imagine that). ” When my oldest son was a student at UNC, I got a call one day. "Hey Dad, do you have any idea what's going on up here that traffic is stupid? There are friggin' people everywhere!" "Well, where at, kiddo? Where are you trying to go?" **Kid rattles off name of place** "Isn't that near the Dean Dome?" "What's the Dean Dome?" "The Dean Smith Center. It's where your school plays basketball." "Oh, …

  • Sleeping Bag

    CoachLou - - Sleep Systems

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    Quote from Time Zone: “Quote from CoachLou: “appalachiantrailcafe.net/index…2eebfa3f50933f595cc31a04a Trail name ‘Coyote’! ” Is that Casey & Gina? ” Indeed it is. He was a regular TOS, but I never see him post anymore.

  • Basketball Thread

    CoachLou - - Coffee Talk

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    30 stitches, 2 crowns, 3 of the 4 lowers, pulled out, still alive, and only 1 broken bone in 33 years of referring ice hockey....... and we are on 2 ,1/8” steel blades

  • Sleeping Bag

    CoachLou - - Sleep Systems

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    appalachiantrailcafe.net/index…2eebfa3f50933f595cc31a04a Trail name ‘Coyote’!