6679[Hammock Camping] Re: AT Section Hike - Risk
- Aug 30, 2004Okay, that is about what I had figured. Interesting. Thanks.
Bill in Houston
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rick <ra1@i...> wrote:
> The Smoky Mountains have some strange restrictions that are not
> anywhere else on the trail. If not in the middle of a thru-hike,
> camping spot must be reserved ahead and the registration carried
> the hiker. It is free, but still a hassle. In addition, normally
> hiker is not allowed to camp outside the shelter if the camping
> a shelter. Along the AT, there are almost no stopping spots that
> not shelters.
> So, long story, is that I had to stay at and in the shelter the
> three nights.
> As for the boots... The right one gave me no problem. I will have
> let my left heel heal up before I know if the left one can be used
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