Franconia Notch, NH    21 Jun, 05 - 23:20
People weren't joking about the Whites - I've had some of the hardest climbing of the trip, but for some reason I really don't mind it - the views are beyond description. Up here, treeline

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Lyme-Dorchester Road, NH    June 18, 2005 9:00 pm
New Hampshire! Only two states and almost 400 miles left. I'll admit it, I am very glad to be out of Vermont. I haven't seen the sun since we got into that state, and today it popped out for t

Manchester Center, VT    June 12, 2005 10:45
Zero day! After a 30 mile day into town, watching game 2 of the NBA finals, a par 3 golf course, a tennis court, and an indoor swimming pool at our hotel is just waay too good to pass up. Me, Deisel,

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The Cookie Lady's House--mile 1545.7    7 Jun, 05 - 22:24
With June finally came some Mississippi style weather... and unfortunately some bugs that put Mississippi mosquitos to shame. Its been in the 80s the past few days, which really isn't that bad, bu

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Kent, CT    Friday, June 3, 2005, 8:45 ET
My dad showed up here in Kent a few days ago on May 31st, and I took a well deserved hiatus to good food, dry clothes, indoor heating, and a very soft bed, not to mention that I finally gave the ole&#

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Shenandoah Mtn, NY    29 May, 05 - 15:35
Less than 800 miles to go... I can't believe it. The weather's been a little soggy - I can't remember the last day I had without rain, but usually the day starts out beautifully - the afte

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Eckville Shelter    21 May, 05 - 09:10
Pennsylvania's rocks deserve every bit of bad publicity that they get. I think the whole state is one big boulder that's been slowly falling apart for the last million or so years. But I guess

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Duncannon, PA    14 May, 05 9:10 pm
Pennsylvania has definately turned out to be as rocky as I've heard, but despite all the turned ankles and stubbed toes, it has provided some pretty nice bouldering. Its really nice also now that

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