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Re: More Trail Tales
Well said. Sounds like fun !
> This is a little dated but here goes...
> Hi All:
> I hardly know where to start. I'm on the Lazy Mans hike.
>I see some place that is warm and has a shower, I stop
>there. I had to take a week off to rest my LCL ligament,
>and when I was healed, I went out and spent two days in
>my tent waiting for the snow to stop. When I finally figured
>out how to unfreeze my poles, I walked back to Franklin,
>NC through two feet of snow and five foot drifts. One good
>thing was that I got to watch a majority of the NCAA finals
> The trail is a river, at any given time. You can find anything
>you desire, if you are willing to look. The trail giveth, and can
>just as readily taketh away, Those who can adapt to trail
>living are those who have the fun. Those who try to adapt the
>trail to their lives are living in a fools paradise. I live for the
>next sunrise, the next horizon, the next unknown, but when
>the fun stops, (I hope it never does) so do I.
> Kurtis Kirsch
> GA ----> Until The Fun Stops
> P.S. I hope to see ya'll at Trail Days !
>End of Log Entry
> I've got blazes to go and people to meet.
> Sleeper 94