Hikers' Stories from the Appalachian Trail

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Kathryn Fulton
Stackpole Books, Sep 1, 2013 - Sports & Recreation - 176 pages
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Collection of highlights from twenty-one Appalachian Trail blogs.
 

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Contents

Swallowed by the Forest 79
79
The HalfGallon Challenge 83
83
Episodes 85
85
CT and Now MA 89
89
Laugh Louder 92
92
The Good and Bad of Extracurricular Hiking 94
94
Vermontages 97
97
The Sky is Falling the Sky is Falling 99
99

Welcome Back Old Friend Youve Come A Long Way 23
23
Dont Stick Your Nose Where it Doesnt Belong 28
28
To the Max 30
30
English Muffin 36
36
What a Ride 39
39
Adventures in Hampton 43
43
Safe From the Storm 45
45
My Name is Woody Farmer 48
48
The Hills are Alive 51
51
Firsts 54
54
Snakes and Hitchhiking or Living Like You Were Dying 56
56
Shelters 59
59
Trails End 62
62
Georgia on My Mind 73
73
Oh You Should Really See a Doctor About That 76
76
Not Enlightenment Just Ice Cream 102
102
Beginning Anew 105
105
Aint No Competition 108
108
Flamebo Searches for the Rainbow 111
111
Mahoosuc Moose 114
114
Ups and Downs in the Whites 116
116
Of Shooting Stars Falling Bodies and Blueberries 121
121
Sunset on Bigelow Mountain 126
126
A Ride in the Gravy Boat 135
135
Wet Boots in the 100Mile Wilderness 138
138
Katahdin 149
149
The End of a Journey 155
155
About the Contributors 157
157
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Kathryn Fulton is the editor of four other books, including Vintage Knit Hats, Vintage Knit Gloves and Mittens, and Crocheted Critters and Bugs. She lives in central Pennsylvania.

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