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    I ran into folks who biked from Ca. to DC and...

    I ran into folks who biked from Ca. to DC and they took the Natchez. They said they hated the route. If I remember right they said it was too narrow.
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    The Delaware-Lehigh Trail continues approx....

    The Delaware-Lehigh Trail continues approx. 3miles south of Jim Thorpe to almost Allentown, PA. The connection is on the steep roadway so don't try and ride it. Start at Lehighton, PA on the west...
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    The Stony Creek Rail Trail is approx. 18 miles. ...

    The Stony Creek Rail Trail is approx. 18 miles. Its north of Harrisburg, PA near Interstate 81 at the first exit north of Interstate 78. The Appalachian Trail jumps on to it for 1/4 mile. The...
  4. I second the Hadrian's Wall side trip. The...

    I second the Hadrian's Wall side trip. The western section is mostly flat for biking. Then hike the middle section for the great views. In Scotland, take the tow paths next to the canals. One...
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    Go to Hammockforums.net and you will learn about...

    Go to Hammockforums.net and you will learn about underquilts and top quilts. What a difference these make. I still like my sleeping bag to snuggle in but you will need an underquilt to stay warm. ...
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    I've done the Greenbrier several times. They...

    I've done the Greenbrier several times. They built a 3rd lean-to now. Its nice to have the option on rainy days.
  7. Another Hijack by...

    Another Hijack by Spinnaker....................................!
  8. Spinnaker - you need to stop hijacking the...

    Spinnaker - you need to stop hijacking the threads with your 'admonitions' on hijacking threads. So where this leads to instead of more knowledge on the subject at hand. I agree keeping a thread...
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    The Hennessey Hammock is the way to go!

    The Hennessey Hammock is the way to go!
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    Sticky: My last tours with a friend had a few mechanical...

    My last tours with a friend had a few mechanical break downs. He got worried that it was going to ruin our tour and was going to stop.
    But that's where attitude comes in. Give me...
  11. This campground is right on the trail. $10 per...

    This campground is right on the trail. $10 per night. They supply the firewood. No Rv's at the campsite.
    But you have to cross over the river and make a right turn to get to the shower house and...
  12. Wish I could've ridden with you. The Greenbrier...

    Wish I could've ridden with you. The Greenbrier is my favorite.
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    Good to hear from you! I hope you are still...

    Good to hear from you! I hope you are still having fun.
    Please be careful.
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    How much did you take by weight & volume? I...

    How much did you take by weight & volume? I usually do 30+ lbs, 2 rear panniers, 1 rear rack bag & sleep bag strapped to a front rack. (excludes water and daily pickup of food.

    I'm amazed how...
  15. Hadrian's wall

    In the northern end of England is beautiful country. I biked the western section then hiked the middle. Definately worth getting off the bike for that section. You can't see the hills and crags on...
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    Chasm- did you camp or b&b? Stealth camp or...

    Chasm- did you camp or b&b? Stealth camp or comercial camps?
    I'm longing to go back.

    More photos please!
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    a lot of hijackings in this...

    a lot of hijackings in this neighborhood......................
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    Permit to ride

    I had a permit years ago. It was great riding on Rte. 78 on sunday mornings with so few cars. That was before all of the sections were open. I wonder if I can find my permit. I had a very low...
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    A co-worker & I are planning on to ride westbound...

    A co-worker & I are planning on to ride westbound and return. We are looking at stopping in Pitt by the Duquesne tram. I've been there before but drove. Do you have any suggestions or tips in...
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    I bicycled on the Union Canal & the Forth/Clyde...

    I bicycled on the Union Canal & the Forth/Clyde Canal in Scotland.
    And a section of Hadrian's Wall in northern England last summer.
    Its an excellent place to ride and was well marked.
  21. Greenbrier River Trail

    I've done it twice. Love it for the camping. Campsites are approx. 10 miles apart. all have fire pits, tables; most have outhouses & well pumps. 2 have lean-to shelters. Its not crowded even on...
  22. The No. Bend St. Park is nice camping.

    The No. Bend St. Park is nice camping.
  23. The western half is more rural. The eastern half...

    The western half is more rural. The eastern half is like biking thru everyone's backyard. The trail can be well packed to narrow track to grass. Best when done as a group not solo like I did.
  24. I camped at the picnic shelter @ Petroleum. It...

    I camped at the picnic shelter @ Petroleum. It had an outhouse but no water. I went to a real nice house nearby and they gave me water.
    Also camped at the gazebo next to the tunnel by the turnoff...
  25. Bring dog spray for the eastern half. Western...

    Bring dog spray for the eastern half. Western half is very nice.
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