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Anybody in the mammoth lakes area willing to store luggage?

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This July, we had reservations to stay in Coldwater Camp....but it was closed due to flooding. So we stayed at Motel 6 before our hike. They held my duffel bag
chamwa@att.net
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Oct 18

Cheap mammoth lodging options

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You think I’d have a problem with my age? I’ll be 18. ... You think I’d have a problem with my age? I’ll be 18. On Oct 17, 2017, at 7:23 PM, James
Rachael Carpenter
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Oct 17

Benefits of going no vs so?

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I've done both SOBO and NOBO (from Cottonwood Pass). One NOBO advantage that I haven't seen listed yet is the fact that you can day hike Mt. Whitney from
Larry Beck
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Oct 9

Alllllllllll of the trailheads

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Well I didn’t know 🤷‍♀️ ... Well I didn’t know 🤷‍♀️ On Oct 7, 2017, at 5:02 PM, rnperky@sbcglobal.net [johnmuirtrail]
Rachael Carpenter
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Oct 7

On the blog: My Most Memorable Wildlife Sightings on the John Muir T

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Survey results on animal sightings. If you don't see it embedded, the same graphic is attached. These results are from the 2016 JMT Hiker Survey. The surveys
John Ladd
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Oct 7

Expectation vs experience - JMT 2017

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John, et al, I am a fairly experienced multi-day backpacker, especially in the Yosemite National Park environs, but this summer I was new to thru-hiking. In
Robin Newcomer
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Oct 5

File - JMT-Carry Crib Sheet of Vital Info.pdf

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Whomever has the excel file....the Courthouse Motel in Independence has a Hostel $25/night, $7 laundry service, serves breakfast and dinner. The charge for
M P
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Oct 2

Research assistance requested (what parts of the trail are in what c

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Super fantastic Jerry. Take a look at what your last link enables you (you have to click on CA Counties then Tuolumne to see this. ... Visit my Google Profile
Roleigh Martin
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Sep 28

Sobo leaving HI 9/23...thoughts on packlist

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Great to hear Ruth! So glad you paced yourself going up to Tuolumne. I hope I was not the one that was discouraging. My only concern was that you would try
RobBrandt
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Sep 25

A decision to self-evacuate

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i don't think they are members here. Wayne is a member of the JMT groups on Facebook. He's a great guy The encountered awful weather going over Donahue in the
John Ladd
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Sep 24

Question on all the "illegal" JMT campsites

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I agree with the person who said the biggest problem is increased use of the JMT. It reminds of the Mt. Whitney situation, no matter what, there are just too
rcarllong
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Sep 23

I think the mosquitoes are dead now :)

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That's funny charliepolecat ;) Thanks for the tip!
rnperky@sbcglobal.net
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Sep 22

Monster hike finished

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How do you go back to a normal job after that. He's a machinist. We're hoping we can talk him into doing presentations. Midwest Mountaineering (Backpacker
Kim Fishburn
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Sep 22

2018 Wenk guidebook?

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Thanks Inga and Mildred. It was the NOBo kindle version I was looking at buying, I have the SOBO one already and it's excellent. I agree reading backwards is a
davepctjmt
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Sep 20

On the blog: the importance of a hiking routine

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Great question, Larry. In fact, this is going to be the topic of a future blog. But to answer your question, if rain is threatening (in the afternoon) I stop
Ray Rippel
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Sep 20
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