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    Thanks for the trail magic ideas Erich and Chris. I hope to meet up with him around Hamburg, PA.
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    and i will see him when he gets to PA and will have a lot of snacks for him and any one that is with him
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    For those not on my Facebook list... Saturday I was in the Shenandoah National Park to hike Old Rag Mountain. Checked in on Goose and found he wasn't too far away. After my monthly hike of Old Rag, there's a little pizza joint I always stop in. While I had my traditional slices of pizza and beer I had them cook up two large pizzas, picked up some beer and then dropped in at the shelter with a little surprise trail magic for Goose and the other thru-hikers there.

    Not too long before I got there, another trail angel showed up and cooked everyone a pasta dinner. So everyone ate very well Saturday night! In fact, might have been too well as Goose said they were moving a bit slow on Sunday morning.

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    That's a good photo Erich! I bet they really appreciated your trail magic of pizza and beer.
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    he looks very good
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    That has to be quite a treat after several days on the trail to find someone doing that for them. I think it is wonderful folks on the forum are reaching out to PG this way and lending him (and others) support. I know he is surprised at it all and loves it.
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    Is Corey's Spot Tracker dead?
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    Yes his batteries are dead. Plus I heard there is problems with all the leaves now the spot cant get thru. He will have some new batteries in about a week.

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    He will have new batteries tomorrow afternoon. Just got a txt a few min ago and he's hanging out with the Obama's at the White House.
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    My 48: Washington (07/07, 07/08, 07/09, 09/09, 07/10), Lafayette (08/08, 08/09), Lincoln (08/08, 08/09), Pierce (07/10), Carrigain (09/10), Cannon (10/10), Jackson (11/10), Field (11/10), Tom (01/11)

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    Any guesses on when a May 15th departure from Harper's Ferry puts you into Katahdin? Corey is really flying.
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