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What I hiked on the Shake Out and How It Is Packed

Class of 2015 - BEST OF THE HIKE

Heather's Backcountry Meals - Review

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Class of 2015 Day Five -South Side of Max Patch to Standing Bear Hostel- Hike Complete, August 8, 2014

Class of 2015 Day Four -South Side of Bluff Mountain to South Side of Max Patch, August 7, 2014

Class of 2015 Day -Three Hot Springs, NC Southbound to South Side of Bluff Mountain- Aug 6, 2014

Class of 2015 Day Two -Allen Gap Southbound- into Hot Springs- staying at Laughing Heart in Hot Springs Aug 5, 2014

Class of 2015 Day One -Allen Gap Southbound Aug 4, 2014

Class of 2015 Zero Day -Meeting Standing Bear Hostel Aug 3, 2014

Doing Stairs

Hot Springs, NC August 3, 2014

Smokies May 2013 and Northern Georgia

Hot Springs, NC & AT Allen Gap, August 2, 2014

Hot Springs, NC & AT Northbound, August 1, 2014

Hot Springs, NC July 31, 2014

Winding Stair Gap Northbound Route Guide

Winding Stair Gap Southbound Route Guide

Unicoi Gap Northbound Route Guide

Unicoi Gap Southbound Route Guide

AT October 2013 Various Locations from Woody Gap to Unicoi Gap; I-40 to Hot Springs, NC

AT October 2012 Various Locations from Neels Gap to Fontana Dam

AT March 2012 Springer Mountain to GA/NC border

Fort Clatsop WA near Astoria 2014

2005: Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain NP, Colorado, Fort Steele, WY, Fort Bridger, WY

Washington State 2003-2006

Bly Gap Maps

Heather's Choice Tasted

Temporary Fix for Lightheartgear Duo
This part attaches to the crown of the tent by the velcro strip. Two hiking poles are used for supports. The handles of the hiking poles rest on the edge of the tent floor and the tips of the poles are inserted into the holes located at each end of the center tube. The purpose of the tube is to keep the poles separted and ridged in the crown. Further to keep the tips of the poles from touching the fabric of the tent and tearing it.

Diagram for setup of Lightheartgear Duo

The awnings are staked on both front and back. The back awning may be be short in length. The front awning can be tied straight out to a tree or staked at a 45 degree angle. During a storm the bottom loops can be attached to shorten the width of the awning and close it up.

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