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2:08 p.m. on October 20, 2014 (EDT)
Alicia

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This weekend was the annual Tread Fest trail running and mountain biking festival in central Maine with a number of trail races for kids to adults.

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The 5-miler I ran also doubled as the 2014 USA Track and Field state trail championship, which was kind of neat. It also meant that since I signed up as a USATF member my USATF age group win made me a Maine State Champion. (USATF State Champions are done by age group, not overall. I was third female overall in the race. Confused yet?) I got a nifty patch and medal.

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Plus, a pint glass and Clif protein bar for my winnings!

How long can you request that your family members refer to you as The Champ? I'm pretty sure that 24 hours in we've already passed that point.

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10:52 p.m. on October 20, 2014 (EDT)
G00SE


Joined: Dec 29, 2012
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Underground photography is not my specialty. So here's a Trailspace sticker on my caving helmet...


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And here's the stickered helmet on my head on top of a rappel.
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And here is someone else's quality photo of the 240' waterfall I rappelled along side (Note the guy on rope in front of the waterfall. That's not me, but that's where I took my Trailspace sticker.)


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9:50 a.m. on October 5, 2014 (EDT)
LoneStranger


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I had to document this leg of my AT section hike :) Added another .5 miles on Friday rounding out the top of a loop between Shoal Pond and Thoreau Falls trails.


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5:47 p.m. on September 29, 2014 (EDT)
FromSagetoSnow


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Me and the GF after the Big Bend Community College Dollar Dash 5k Charity run with my trusty TS Cap


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8:20 p.m. on September 27, 2014 (EDT)
bheiser1


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On the JMT (day 3, having started in Yosemite Valley) in 2012 with the "old" TS cap :).  


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9:00 a.m. on September 29, 2014 (EDT)
LoneStranger


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Posts: 458

The Tot humored me and posed for this on a rock in the Pemigewasset River so this is literally a case of TS in the Pemi


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10:00 p.m. on September 21, 2014 (EDT)
G00SE


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An early morning on Horse Lake in the Boundary Waters.

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9:10 p.m. on September 13, 2014 (EDT)
doug4566


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Posts: 124

Coffee at the top..


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2:26 p.m. on September 20, 2014 (EDT)
BigRed


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Today Molly and I did a 20k run/hike up a little peak called Storsakarven. I gave  here on of my two new TS caps (she's a member too). Here we are on top.

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7:04 p.m. on September 16, 2014 (EDT)
Bentbrook


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2:02 a.m. on September 24, 2014 (EDT)
bheiser1


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This was in the John Muir Wilderness on a trail off a high-clearance 4x4 road near Mammoth Lakes CA.  I camped near Lake Genevieve high above Convict Lake.  There was lots of thunder and lightning all around that night, but only a little rain where I was, and some light showers the next morning.  Probably due to the difficult access, I didn't see a single person on the trail in either direction, and little sign of use in the area where I camped.  Nice :)


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12:15 p.m. on September 2, 2014 (EDT)
G00SE


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My first 5k race, and I be representin'!


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Finished in 33 minutes. Got beat by a 10yo boy and a mom pushing a jog stroller (as she passed me--on a hill--I said to her, "I don't really hate you, but I hate you.")

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8:15 p.m. on August 27, 2014 (EDT)
Seth Levy (Seth)

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I brought my Trailspace hat to the Newspaper Rock in Southern Utah.


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12:29 a.m. on August 6, 2014 (EDT)
David Link


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8:45 p.m. on August 25, 2014 (EDT)
bheiser1


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Trailspace makes an appearance in this Photo Sphere I made with Photo Sphere Camera.  See if you can find it :).

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12:59 a.m. on August 24, 2014 (EDT)
giftogab


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This is a hike in the mountains outside Las Vegas. It is called Trail Canyon and gives a nice rise in elevation over two miles. We were there today finishing our Peru Trek Prep.
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12:16 p.m. on August 17, 2014 (EDT)
BigRed


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Posts: 700


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My daughter and I did the easy class 3 scramble up Mt. Muir on the way down from Whitney. Much less crowded. She took the picture on the way down.

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12:00 a.m. on June 17, 2014 (EDT)
hikerduane


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Remember the big G, little O, Cheerios commercials?  Well, here is my MSR model G (one of them) and a Optimus kerosene model 00 (one of them). :)  Along the PCT, north of Sierra City, CA last weekend.  The G heated the water for pasta and the 00 simmered it.  A few of my over 100 stoves now. Ouch!  Took the TS cap along, hard to do a selfie with the logo showing, my new ZPacks Solplex, second night in it.

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12:06 p.m. on June 23, 2014 (EDT)
atigun


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Trailspace kickin' back on Long Beach, West Coast Vancouver Island, British Columbia.  (Pacific Rim National Park) - AWESOME!!!

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7:49 p.m. on July 2, 2014 (EDT)
Bryce Allen


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Posts: 8

My girlfriend and I just recently got back from our first vacation together. We spent our time in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where we hiked our first fourteener. Pikes Peak is at 14,110 feet elevation high starting at 6,00 ft elevation below, 12 miles total. We spent the night on the trail where we used gear that we saw on trailspace and enjoyed the new stickers on my Nalgene. Thanks Trailspace!!
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10:05 p.m. on June 29, 2014 (EDT)
G00SE


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While it's no Arches N.P., the Bell Smith Springs Natural Area has the highest natural bridge in Illinois. The underside of the arch is 30' x 125'. The trail continues on across the top of the bridge.


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9:21 a.m. on June 15, 2014 (EDT)
G00SE


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Donaldson Cave is a picturesque entrance that attracts many people for the photo op. But most stop there. 30' back in, a caver plunges into a 5' stream that only gets deeper as you push upstream. (Trip report coming as soon as I can put together the video!)


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8:04 p.m. on May 5, 2014 (EDT)
mangus7175


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Love backpacking with this girl...

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9:52 p.m. on May 19, 2014 (EDT)
G00SE


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and here's the copperhead I saw moments later:

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9:43 a.m. on May 19, 2014 (EDT)
LoneStranger


Joined: Apr 16, 2013
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The snap on the band in the back of the hat makes it easy to hang out to dry when the rains stop


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The hat back on duty while I hang out waiting for the waters to recede.


Trip report to follow once I have time to get through the 100+ pics plus video :)

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2:53 p.m. on May 11, 2014 (EDT)
PNW_John


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A great spring day in the Columbia River Gorge.


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Awesome views,


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Indian Point,


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and the Trillium are out.

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5:15 a.m. on May 2, 2014 (EDT)
BigRed


Joined: Jun 13, 2004
Posts: 700


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9:08 a.m. on April 28, 2014 (EDT)
LoneStranger


Joined: Apr 16, 2013
Posts: 458


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Early morning on the footbridge over the Androscoggin. I'm actually happier than I look in this shot but I haven't had any coffee yet.


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The river is down from its crest but still running swift and high.

Gram squeamish should stop reading here...

I borrowed a couple of Mrs Stranger's kettlebells to bring this pack up to a 50lb training weight.  Last year I cycled too much and found I had lots of endurance but no pack muscles when I hit the trail.  This year I'm getting ready :)

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8:22 p.m. on April 19, 2014 (EDT)
Ja. R.

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My 11-yr old son on his first trip into the Grand Canyon. 

 

Walking into the village of Supai after 8 miles of hiking.  Check out the hat strapped to his pack. 


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Taking some pictures above Havasu Falls.  My son likes his TS hat. 


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11:37 p.m. on April 16, 2014 (EDT)
Jodi


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WATER! (but not a drop to drink because we left our SteriPen at camp--not the best decision we ever made, but, hey, we lived. Our adventure was cut short, but a lesson learned the hard way always sticks better, anyway.

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11:20 p.m. on April 7, 2014 (EDT)
hikerduane


Joined: Feb 29, 2012
Posts: 263

Only felt like a short bp trip from my yard, ended up hiking a couple hours, making it to Slate Creek CG.  Nice concrete picnic table to spread my stoves and cooking stuff out on.  Used my Enlightened Equipment 30F quilt, a little cool in it at the next mornings 26F.  I can see this is only going to be a middle of the summer quilt, no shoulder seasons as I even had on cotton blend long johns and my wool shirt with a down balaclava.  I maybe should have use the straps for the bottom.

Since I collect stoves, the two I took on this trip were a Primus 97, similar to the 96, but with a larger tank that uses kerosene.  Also had an old Optimus 8, from the 40's maybe which uses Coleman fuel/white gas.  It could be a 8F, not sure as it does have the larger diameter "pipe" from the tank to the burner.


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10:49 p.m. on March 22, 2014 (EDT)
Ben Rivers


Joined: Mar 10, 2014
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I just got my Trailspace stickers in the mail today and immediately slapped one on my Nalgene and took a pic of it in action the first chance I got!  I couldn't get in the wilderness today, so I went with the next best thing of a backyard fire and some ENO time.
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2:55 p.m. on March 16, 2014 (EDT)
second gear


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My husband and I were able to go on a medical mission trip to a small village in Uganda. Trailspace went with us:


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*First tour around the village


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*I am a drummer; the high school kids were teaching me their ancient, classic drum techniques. This was VERY cool :D


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*At the clinic, waiting to do patient intake. We saw about 2500 people in 11 days.


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*Organizing supplies. This little girl was mauled by a wild pig; she got to go to the States for treatment. What a spunky, smart girl!

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8:27 p.m. on February 26, 2014 (EST)
G00SE


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I'm at the National Challenge Course Practitioners' Symposium in Boulder, CO. Day #1 was a bit of snowshoeing/networking in the mountains. I'm standing at 9,167' elevation.  Behind me is Sawtooth Mt. and Long's Peak, the Continental Divide. 

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10:40 p.m. on February 23, 2014 (EST)
Ja. R.

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Colorado River below Hoover Dam a couple miles.  

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4:55 p.m. on February 12, 2014 (EST)
Ashleigh


Joined: Feb 16, 2012
Posts: 383

Pretty much all of South Carolina is shut down because of a huge ice/snow storm that has hit the south. I am enjoying my day off by drinking a Highland Cold Mountain out of my Trailspace pint glass on the front porch. Cheers!


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Now Jay and I are about to strap on our Kathoolas and "hike" a mile to our friend's house to finish up Happy Hour (there is too much ice on the road to drive)!

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9:59 p.m. on January 6, 2014 (EST)
hikerduane


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So many stoves, I have to get them out.  This was only a few miles from home.  15F when I got home Sunday, 17 degrees warmer than Christmas Eve's bp trip.  Coleman 242C and 200 lanterns, Svea 105 stove.  Also, but not in report, Coleman 502 and Optimus 210.  I don't drink much beer, but I've had a hankering the last few weeks for one.  I'm a light summer drinker.


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10:34 p.m. on February 2, 2014 (EST)
bigger al


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We finally have snow in the Sierra Nevadas, and today was the first time that we've had enough of it to get in some decent snowshoeing.  I figured that I'd show off my bitchin' Trailspace beanie in the bargain.  :)

Thanks to the dedicated, passionate Trailspace elves who have been kind enough to shower me with some swag!


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9:09 p.m. on January 29, 2014 (EST)
Bill S

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Barb and I spent a good part of last week at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Show. The OR Shows traditionally start with an "Open Air Demo", at which many of the gear manufacturers have their new (and prototype) gear available to try out. A friend, Eric Larsen, who traversed Antarctica (plus attempted it on bicycle) and has been trying to do the North Pole (there are problems with decreasing ice coverage for the Arctic Ocean) had his 350 pound sled with all his gear on display. You could try hauling the sled using some new snowshoes that one of his sponsors had to loan out. The first photo is me trying to haul the sled. Unfortunately, I started with the sled positioned so I had to haul it over a small snowbank, plus the track was not packed down. Heaviest sled I have hauled previously was 160 pounds, with better snow conditions (less than half the weight). So the Old GreyBearded One didn't get very far - about 12 feet on the uphill section. The first photo shows me struggling to get moving. Seth was supposed to take this photo, but got occupied with something else. So Barb took it instead.
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That's Eric on the left behind the sled.

Eric, Barb and I posed for the photo below. And yes, Barb tried to pull the sled as well. But at exactly 5 feet tall, she was at a bit of a disadvantage.
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2:31 p.m. on January 3, 2014 (EST)
Bill S

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We headed up the Rhus Ridge Trail (one of our favorite trails) to the top of Black Mountain in Rancho San Antonio and Montebello Open Space Reserves. Note the benchmark to my right.

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While on the the hike, I sent messages via the Iridium satellite system to GiftOGab and Bill Heiser, and got return greetings from both. Warm day and fairly clear, given the inversion layer that has been hanging over the SFBay Area for the last month - no rain, no snow, California's driest year on record. So high fire danger. The hike is 9.7 miles round trip, and a total elevation gain of  2881 ft.

Lots of people out on the trail, celebrating the New Year, despite the tiny parking lot at the start of the trail (10 cars total). When the lot is full, some people park at Foothill College, about 2 miles from the trailhead. Most hikers were in their "Sunday Best", while we were in our usual hiking grubbies. Most people were happy and exchanging best wishes for the new year. There were, however, a few grumps - too much celebration last night?

The antenna farm behind Barb is one of 2 near the summit.

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3:52 p.m. on December 25, 2013 (EST)
hikerduane


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Had two days off in the middle of the week, couldn't see hanging around for two days.  Minus 2F this Christmas morning, back to moms for the work week.  This area is east of Carson Pass on 88, up the Blue Lakes road about 3 miles maybe.


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11:27 a.m. on December 30, 2013 (EST)
G00SE


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December 28, 2013, Joseph Renow and I did an overnight trip in the areas of the Crab Orchard and Panther Den Wilderness areas. The trip was cut short when Joseph developed a fever during the first night.

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5:17 p.m. on December 9, 2013 (EST)
TheRambler


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My son has laid claim to my treasured Trailspace hat.... This is fantastic, and I am sure he will be a proud supporter, but what about me?!?! =P


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2:39 p.m. on November 27, 2013 (EST)
Seth Levy (Seth)

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Congratulations, zfetcko! We’re sending you a Trailspace Trail Runner Cap as thanks for sharing a picture of your Trailspace sticker on your gear. Share Trailspace sticker, pint and hat pictures in our forum or with #Trailspace on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook and you could be our next winner!

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6:50 p.m. on November 17, 2013 (EST)
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9:42 p.m. on November 5, 2013 (EST)
zfetcko


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I spent some time this summer on a small island south of Tokyo called Shikinejima. I took this photo one afternoon while hiking on the island.

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6:49 p.m. on November 12, 2013 (EST)
Joseph Renow (jrenow)


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Finally remembered to get a few shots of my Trailspace water-bottles on my last trip...a 32 mile loop through the Obannon Woods in Southern Indiana with scenic overlooks of the Ohio and Blue Rivers.


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Lunch with Trailspace at one of the shelters which dot the lower section of the trail.


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Breakfast with Trailspace at the last shelter before finishing up on the upper section of the trail.

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7:26 p.m. on November 12, 2013 (EST)
G00SE


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Posts: 928

I promised Alicia last December that if she sent me a TS hat I'd wear it when I facilitated groups on my high ropes course. I've kept my promise many, many times. Plus there are TS stickers stuck here and there.

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12:08 p.m. on October 29, 2013 (EDT)
Seth Levy (Seth)

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Congratulations, Bill! We’re sending you a Trailspace Beanie as thanks for sharing a picture of your Trailspace hat on the trail. Share Trailspace sticker, pint and hat pictures in our forum or with #Trailspace on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook and you could be our next winner!

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2:45 p.m. on October 28, 2013 (EDT)
Seth Levy (Seth)

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Congratulations, Johnny! We’re sending you a Trailspace Trail Runner Cap as thanks for sharing a picture of your Trailspace sticker on your gear. Share Trailspace sticker, pint and hat pictures in our forum or with #Trailspace on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook and you could be our next winner!

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