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9/1/19 2:02 P

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Thatís s fantastic. Iím trying to get back to my old walking routine. With extreme heat alerts, itís just too hot outside. So Iíve been walking in the house. Making slow progress. Looking forward to cooler weather

Start with small steps and momentum will build. Celebrate moving in the direction of increased happiness now! With a plan and persistence moving towards your goals all things are possible! Adopt an attitude of gratitude. Be thankful for everything you have. It may not be what you want be show you're thankful for it anyway.
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I am walking better in general with acupuncture and B12 shots! Hope to get my strength back and my endurance! I am just dog walking for now, but increasing the number of walks. Just a few months ago, I couldn't walk at all, literally.

If the mind mends, the body will follow.

Gluten free is working for me!

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Sounds great. Iím beach walking and sightseeing right now in Florida. By the time I get home maybe all those people who made resolutions will have thinned out to just the serious people
Good luck on your journey

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For me, I'm just trying to actually get out and hit the trails!

Once the gym is quieter (I'm sure it's packed with New Year's Resolution folks! Not judging, just avoiding the crowds!) I plan on using the stair stepper and weights a few times a week when I can't get out to the mountains.

Once I have the money for a good pair of trail runner shoes, I plan on trying trail running as well!


I am also enrolling in the upcoming Winter School program put on by the MIT Outing Club. It teaches a lot of skills needed for winter hiking.

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Pretty quiet here. I'll keep posting and hope as the summer slows down we'll get some more activity here.

My foot has healed from my AT hike in New Hampshire. Things have been busy so I haven't got out on the local trails I like to do. Early morning appointments and wedding plans for my daughters upcoming wedding have kept me running around with no "me time". After tonights bridal shower I hope things will quiet a little so I can get in some hikes before work. I have to go early in the day or I just don't go.

Happy Trails everyone

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Hey all,

Just got back from a 3 day hike on the AT in New Hampshire. Had thought I might get in 5 days but a blister on my foot made me think it was better to cut it short than end up with problems later on. This way I can go back and finish up the 2 day hike I missed later this month or later this fall.

I used my new hammock for camping and really liked it. I slept very well and extremely comfortable in it. It will be a pleasure backpacking with it as it's lighter than my tent and I can set it up anywhere there are two trees. That allows many more options for camping spots beyond the designated tent sites.

Even with my short hikes around here I was not in AT trail shape. My legs were screaming at the end of each day. I did manage a good 14 miles the first day, 9.8 the second and 9.5 the third. So I've completed the section from the Lyme Dorchester RD to Kinsman Notch. My plans had included the Kinsman Ridge 16 mile section I was going to backpack but that will be another day. You quickly forget the roots, rocks and how you're always negotiating uphill or down hill over rocky rugged terrain on the AT. The down side of section hiking is you never really get your "trail legs". There were some beautiful views and I enjoyed chatting with the thru-hikers, both nobo and sobo. They always inspired me. For the first time I didn't take a watch with me as I wanted to just hike and not try to worry about time. I ate when I was hungry and rested when I needed, not by the clock. It was a tough thing for me. I'm great at setting goals of reaching points at a certain time but this time I just wanted to hike. It was hard for me to figure out where I was though each day not knowing how long I'd been hiking from one reference point to another.

I've lost 30 pds with another 20 - 25 to go for my goal. It definitely made the hiking better with the weight gone but I was disappointed it didn't make as big of a difference as I'd hoped. Of course it's hard to judge when you're hiking somewhere you haven't before to compare. I just was disheartened to find myself moaning and groaning to myself about every uphill and feeling winded no matter what the incline was. Someday I want to hike and not be thinking "how much further to the top" knowing I have all the energy and stamina to go as long as I want to. Maybe that's a pipe-dream. Gotta push on and work on getting rid of the extra weight for any hope of gaining better hiking condition tho.

Hope everyone is having a successful summer.

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Hi all,

Teri - when in oct are you hiking in GA? Depending on the time I may be interested in joining your group. I'll be moving down to FL from ME towards the middle of October as our camp isn't winterized and our house is rented. Hubby is going to stay with friends till he can come down. Thought I might get out on the AT during that time as I'll be alone for a month or so till hubby can get away.

Have gotten out for a couple of nice morning hikes. Trying to push myself a bit trying to get in shape for the NH hike. Busy at work so I won't be able to get out for a long day hike till next tuesday. Mostly doing 1 - 2 hrs hikes before work and before it gets too hot. We've had a great warm summer for a change here in Maine, great for lake activities, not so great for hiking with the humidity. Worried that next week the heat will drag me down for the hikes. We'll see, going no matter what.

happy trails all

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Sounds like a full summer.
I love the Gulf Hagas area.

Have fun hiking to Franconia. Let us know how it goes and pointers as I still have that section to do also.

I am planning a day hike for next weekend so I hope the weather is not to hot. I am very tired of this hot and humid weather.

Still trying to look to see what I can do about a hike in Central VA. Any dates people want to suggest is good. I won;t be available in Oct as I have a big hike in GA but if anyone wants to hike that with is, let us know. We hope to do mostly day hikes over the course of a week.

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Bobbianne - let us know how your hiking trip went. I haven't done the NJ section yet either and would love to hear about it. Watch for bears as I've been told there are a lot in NJ these days.

Met up with a fellow hiker I met on whiteblaze.net for a couple of days of hiking. Great to finally hook up and chat in person. Unfortunately she broke her arm just before her trip from PA to ME so we just did a couple of day hikes. One locally here on the coast of Maine then the other we met and hiked Gulf hagas which is along a section of the AT in the 100 mile wilderness. IT was beastly hot but we had a good time, enjoyed the waterfalls. She had never seen a moose and luckily on our drive back to the main road we came across a cow with a calf feeding in a marshy brook beside the road. Got some great pictures and she was so excited to have such a close moose encounter for the first time.

I'm headed out on the AT in a couple of weeks to hike from the N.H./VT border to Franconia notch N.H. Hooking up with another section hiker and we're day hiking all but the last 2 days. It's a 16 mile stretch which I'm going to camp 1 night where he's planning to push thru it in 1 day. Hoping for nice weather, not too hot.

I've been using a tent for my backpacking but going to try a hammock the next trip out. Have heard such good things about them I decided rather than getting a lighter tent to look at hammock hanging. It's supposed to arrive today so can't wait to see. Have had to kind of ditch my plan to get truckbed camper to use as support vehicle for my very hopeful long section hike next summer. The truck I use is getting up in age and miles, time to trade and don't want another truck. Also I just don't want to take on the expense right now of buying a camper for use only for hiking outings. Figured I would spend way less money stealth camping then going to a hotel every 4 - 5 days. Not giving up on my plan, just revamping a little for more economical option. Now just hope the hammock is a comfortable as everyone says. I know my tent and extra ground pads do not give me a good nights sleep.

Look forward to hearing about everyone's hikes.

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Awesome and hopefully you will give us a trip report when you get back.

I still have the NJ section to do, so some pointers will help.....

Have fun

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Not yet...but my first hiking trip on the Appalachian is only 3 days away!!!! My husband and I are getting so excited, it has been so much fun planning and shopping for supplies.
We leave Sunday to hike the NJ section (72 miles) and are planning it out over 5 days now...originally 4, but decided to slow it down and enjoy it a little too!
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Has anyone been out hiking?

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Had a great hike today. Met up with a woman I met in PA on a section hike on the AT. We've kept in touch my email hoping to hike together. Today she's in Maine visiting so we had lunch then went on a 3 hour hike here. Tomorrow we're meeting in Northern Maine to hike Gulf Hagas which is off the AT along the 100 mile wilderness. Feeling great to be out for a longer hike. This heat wave I haven't done any exercise but managed ok today with breeze and little less humidity. Happy with my stamina and pace this year. Definitely feeling stronger with 35 pds gone. Can't imagine how I'll do when I get rid of the next 25 pds. Phew, I'll practically run up the trail, lol.

Still looking at trying to do an extended section hike or thru hike next year. Planning to use my car as support vehicle and do a lot of slack packing day sections. Had dreamed of having a truckbed camper to use as my base camp but just can't justify the cost. It would only be used for that so too expensive. Our truck I'd use it with is 5 yrs old with high mileage which presents another issue. Don't want to keep the truck just for my hiking support. After some thinking I figured I could keep my plan but use a hammock instead. That would allow me to set up where ever there's trees, doesn't have to be tent site, easier to stealth camp. Use my car for supply storage, at end of hike have dinner at car then hike on for a bit and set up hammock for sleeping. I ordered my hammock today and excited to try it out. Know it takes a bit to get the nack of setting up at first so want some time to practise before my N.H. hike the end of this month. Going to try it out on that AT section.

Happy Trails everyone

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6/30/10 9:52 A

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Hey everyone,

No hiking for a couple of days as life is getting in the way. It's affecting my diet as well. Too many outside influences out of my control. Today is a new day with no slip ups and looking to having success with my struggle with weight.

Excited I have a 5 day hike planned for end of July in NH. Hooked up with another section hiker and we're going hike the southern half to Kinsman Mt. All sections we're doing as day hikes and staying at motel or campground for the night - slack packing. The last day is a 16 mile section and I'm not up to pushing through that in one day so I'm going to backpack and camp one night on the trail. Looking forward to the hike and also it will push me to get in better shape for tht trip.

Next Friday going to meet up with another hiker I met in PA on the AT to do a day hike into Gulf Hagas. She's visiting friends in Maine and wanted to do a nice day hike.

These two hikes along with plans for a couple more day hikes should keep me active hiking this summer. Also hope timing works for our group hike here. Wedding may interfer with that, time will tell.

happy trails all

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6/25/10 10:58 A

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Hi all,

Bobbianne - you've some good advise on the other thread about conditioning so won't repeat it here. So very exciting planning your hiking trip. I love the planning stages, I get so excited. Another site if you haven't found it for information on the AT is whiteblaze.net There are lots of forums where you can get information on anything to do with the trail, equipment, conditioning and general info. There is unbelievable experience there to be shared.

Did my workout hike this morning, 2 1/2 mile hike up a one of the many trails I have here. It's a good work out as it starts right up hill from the parking lot, not overly steep but gets the blood pumping with it's steady incline up the 1 mile to the summit. From there I take a loop talk back with has a bit of rock scrambling before an open ledge walk for 1/2 mile then down another trail to the parking lot. Feels good getting back out on the trail and I know it will help me bump off more weight as I've been stuck for a month with no loss. I still have more stamina than a year ago being 35 pds lighter.

Hope everyone is enjoying the outdoors this weekend.

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Hi, I"m new to this group. I day hike with my husband a few times a over the summer months, but we have gotten adventurous this year and after much thought and discussion are planning to hike the AT in NJ - GreenWood Lk to Delaware Water Gap (approx 72 miles). I ride my stationary bike Mon-Fri for at least 30 minutes each day (approx 8 miles)and for an hour on weekends (16 miles)If anyone has any advice about anything I can do to make sure this doesn't kill me, I'd love to hear from you.
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6/22/10 10:30 P

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Hope you all are having a good summer.

I'll continue to post a bit to keep things going so when everyone gets a chance to check in things are current.

Went for a greast 5 1/2 mile hike today. A fairly easy trail, rolling hills with one taller open ridge with a view. Wanted to get in a little longer distance to see how my small dog could handle the extra miles. He's a Havanese about 12 pds. My yellow lab has injured his knee so he can't hike anymore with me. The Hav. is just a year old and I'm hoping he can go on the trail with me for some of my outings. Today he was great and I feel he can handle a longer hike with no problem. We'll continue to condition and increase the miles. I'm hoping to get out in a few weeks for a couple day backpack from Flagstaff Lake to Caratunk on the AT. It's one of the few sections left in Maine to complete. Also have made contact with another section hiker who's looking for a 5 day hike in NH. We might do that hike towards the end of July. Time will tell.

Diet is a struggle right now. I am seeing an improvement in my stamina being 30 pds lighter so to lose another 15 -20 pds I'd probably feel so good I'd be running on the trail, lol.

Happy Trails everyone

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6/16/10 10:40 A

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It continues to be quiet here so guess everyone's out in the woods hiking...or at least I hope you all are.

Out this morning for a 2 1/2 mile hike up a little mountain here. Working on getting back in hiking shape. One step at a time. Looking at an AT day hike here in Maine in a few weeks, SouthArm Rd to Rt 17 in Rangley. It's about 13 1/2 miles of ups and downs. July should be The Kennebec River to Moxie Pond and then August a short backpack spurt from Flagstaff to Caratunk. That will about finish up all the AT sections in Maine for me with the exception of the last 70 miles of 100mile wilderness.

Have a super day all.

Kizzy

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6/11/10 10:31 A

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Things are pretty quiet here so I'm hoping to get things going. I'm trying to get back on track after a very crazy spring with moving out of our house of 25 yrs. Don't want to gain back the pds I've lost to date and need to start working on losing the next 30 pds to reach my goal.

Today I started back with a hiking plan to get in shape for some AT section hikes this summer. Climbed one of the small mountains nearby for an hour round trip. Got the blood pumping and enjoyed being out in the woods and super view from the top as we're having a clear warm spring day. Right now I have a goal of 4 AT hikes planned. 2 are day hikes the others are overnighters. That will complete all the Maine sections of the AT except the last 70 miles of the 100 mile woods which I'm saving for my last section to complete. If things go well I may venture out for a little bit of NH AT. Found my AT guide books after a frustrating search not remembering where they were packed during the move.

What is everyone else up to?

Kizzy

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5/19/10 7:30 A

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Hi all,

Just a quick post to check in. I haven't disappeared just been crazy. Closed up FL house, drove home then turned around and back to FL to help parents and drive their car home. Now we've rented our house we have been unable to sell and I'm packing up 25 years of "junk" and cleaning for a June 1st deadline. No hikig for me right now but as soon as I can I'm hitting the local trails to get in shape. DD and her Fiance want to climb Katahdin this summer so looking forward to that. With the rental of the house I'll be going south earlier than usual and would love to take 2 - 3 weeks end of Oct and hike a section of the AT. Time will tell on that.

Happy Trails all and might just be able to join in the group hike if DD wedding plans don't crimp my style.

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Looks like you have a nice hike planned. I hope to get to GA in the fall, but we will see.
It's nice if you can get out every other weekend. I try to get out for a long hike about once a month.
Keep hiking and have fun

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Our next AT hike is in July. We are planning from Big Stamp Gap to Woody Gap, though if we feel ambitious, we may go as far as Neels Gap.

Until then, we are hoping to be able to hit the trail every other weekend or so. DD has been sick, so we haven't headed out yet, except for a couple of hikes.

We'll probably schedule a few overnights in Big South Fork and Frozen Head between now and then.

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Post your hikes here, as we all would love to hear what you are doing to get motivated for backpacking?
I have been hiking in PA and will be heading out in less than 3 weeks to raft the Grand Canyon and hike in the canyon. This has been one of my bucket list adventures for years and finally it is here. So much stuff to do before we go but I am sure it will come together nicely.

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Ok folks, less than 3 weeks till my big trip and then once I get back we can start planning what we all want to do as far as our hike and where. If anyone has any suggestions, please throw them out there. I was thinking either Central VA or Southern VA, so when I get back, I will get out my maps and look for a good hike for us all.

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Any hiking adventures?

Tell us about your trips

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Is everyone getting out to hike?
Anyone doing some good training?

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I have been shoveling & snowblowing snow. That has been my training lately. I'll be glad to see spring.

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Have fun on your hike this Saturday. Hopefully you won;t be getting any of the bad weather we will be getting.
The fall trip will just be a weekend thing, just to get us all out and hiking on the AT. I think it will be fun and a good time for all, even the people who have not hiked alot.
How long is the BMT?

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I am leading a Traildames hike this Saturday. We are doing the 6.5 miles southbound from Hogpen Gap to Neels Gap.

My only set plans for hiking are a week long hike at the beginning of April. Hiking Dick's Creek Gap north towards wherever we end up.

1st week in May I am doing the Benton MacKaye Trail through the Smokies.

I will of course throw in some more hikes (hopefully) between now and then.

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We also got snow and that ended my hopes for an outdoor hike over the weekend. I'm doing a little treadmill walking right now, but really need some nicer weather so I can get back up to the mountains. I hate exercising inside, but it's all I have right now.


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Well, I am also training for a rafting trip in May so I am going to the gym or doing some thype of workout 5-6 days a week. I was planning to go out hiking, about 9 miles this past weekend but we got 8 inches of snow so I ended up not going as the drive to the trailhead was 2 hours away. I am hoping to get another hike on the AT in February.
What is everyone else doing?

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