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Love this! If you don't, so be it. I do.

 

It Takes Eleven

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It took me 16 years to complete the AT, not a thruhiker, just a 2,000 miler. The PCT is not in my sights, but 212 miles of it is as described as the John Muir Trail I plan to tramp. It's probably pushed to 2021 and perhaps 2022 based on work demands, but I intend to complete it ahead of the Milford Track and Patagonia. A man needs to know his limitations...
 

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Congratulations for your completion of the AT. That is quite the accomplishment even though it took you a number of years to complete.
That is pure dedication. Also, I will pull for you and hope you get to hike John Muir section of the PCT as you are hoping to do. I agree,
everyone should try to learn their limitations. It makes for a more exciting life.

I have spent a good amount of time in the woods when I was younger, usually fishing or hunting. But also used to go for long walks in the woods
just to get out of the house. I have never been a hiker per say, but did enjoy time alone in the woods. Due to my circumstances in my younger years, I was never able to commit the time to trail hike. There were these obstacles called working and making a living. I began to learn my limitations around 1999, when my lung function began to lessen considerably. Now, I just watch from the sidelines, so to speak.
 

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