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    • Drybones wrote:

      Astro wrote:

      meat wrote:

      StalkingTortoise wrote:

      Drybones wrote:

      That stone shelter past Atkins was nice, only got to stop and eat lunch there though.
      When I got to the Chestnut Knob Shelter, I dropped my pack, laid down in the grass to soak up the sun, and told my hiking partner that I was done for the day. One of my better decisions on the AT. I even got to meet Dakota Joe later in the day.Felt so good the next day that I pulled a 22-miler to Route 52.
      what's joe up to?
      The last I heard (read) doing time.
      Aren't we all.
      Maybe so, but I appreciate the freedom of choosing where I do mine. :)
      The road to glory cannot be followed with much baggage.
      Richard Ewell, CSA General
    • Astro wrote:

      Drybones wrote:

      Astro wrote:

      meat wrote:

      StalkingTortoise wrote:

      Drybones wrote:

      That stone shelter past Atkins was nice, only got to stop and eat lunch there though.
      When I got to the Chestnut Knob Shelter, I dropped my pack, laid down in the grass to soak up the sun, and told my hiking partner that I was done for the day. One of my better decisions on the AT. I even got to meet Dakota Joe later in the day.Felt so good the next day that I pulled a 22-miler to Route 52.
      what's joe up to?
      The last I heard (read) doing time.
      Aren't we all.
      Maybe so, but I appreciate the freedom of choosing where I do mine. :)
      I hear they have good medical and dental plans, good food, cable TV, gym....what's not to like?
      I may grow old but I'll never grow up.
    • Drybones wrote:

      Astro wrote:

      Drybones wrote:

      Astro wrote:

      meat wrote:

      StalkingTortoise wrote:

      Drybones wrote:

      That stone shelter past Atkins was nice, only got to stop and eat lunch there though.
      When I got to the Chestnut Knob Shelter, I dropped my pack, laid down in the grass to soak up the sun, and told my hiking partner that I was done for the day. One of my better decisions on the AT. I even got to meet Dakota Joe later in the day.Felt so good the next day that I pulled a 22-miler to Route 52.
      what's joe up to?
      The last I heard (read) doing time.
      Aren't we all.
      Maybe so, but I appreciate the freedom of choosing where I do mine. :)
      I hear they have good medical and dental plans, good food, cable TV, gym....what's not to like?
      That stone shelter past Atkins was nice, only got to stop and eat lunch there though.

      Drybones wrote:

      Astro wrote:

      Drybones wrote:

      Astro wrote:

      meat wrote:

      StalkingTortoise wrote:

      When I got to the Chestnut Knob Shelter, I dropped my pack, laid down in the grass to soak up the sun, and told my hiking partner that I was done for the day. One of my better decisions on the AT. I even got to meet Dakota Joe later in the day.Felt so good the next day that I pulled a 22-miler to Route 52.
      what's joe up to?
      The last I heard (read) doing time.
      Aren't we all.
      Maybe so, but I appreciate the freedom of choosing where I do mine. :)
      I hear they have good medical and dental plans, good food, cable TV, gym....what's not to like?
      Maybe so, but riding Greyhound is as close I want to get to jail/prison.
      The road to glory cannot be followed with much baggage.
      Richard Ewell, CSA General