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... 13 miles. Thankfully the terrain seems like it will be pretty good, no huge changes in elevation, just the normal ups and downs.
Day 1: 9.5 miles, Springer Mountain to somewhere near Horse Gap
Day 2: 6.3 miles, near Horse Gap to Gooch Mountain Shelter
Day 3: 8.5 miles, Gooch Mountain Shelter to Lance Creek Campsite
Day 4: 13.4 miles, 7.4 miles from Lance Creek Campsite to Neel Gap, then 6 miles slackpacking from Tasnatee Gap back to Neel Gap
Day 5: Zero at Neel Gap
Heading from Dahlonega to Blue Ridge takes you through national forests and beautiful country side. Every now and then a surprise 'small town' beckons with antique an store or outdoor market.
Who knew that the Amicalola Falls is the second highest in the USA (after Niagra). It is a must to stop at the Amicalola Falls State park for a number of reasons:
1) The water fall
2) The hiking trails
3) This is the start (or end) of the ...
... called Mountain Crossing that sells pizza and coffee so I quickly changed my mind. I ended up staying here in the hostel, it's supposed to pour tonight so I couldn't pass up the opportunity for a dry bed. Planning on doing about 11 miles tomorrow, it's supposed to rain and snow tomorrow so we will see if I'm able to make it to Low Gap ...
... recently got accepted to med school at Auburn, so it was cool talking with him about how he got there. We got to Stover Creek shelter (about 2.8 miles) around 4:30 in Monday and made some dinner. Trying to sleep the first night was pretty ************ly was the shelter packed in with about 15 people (most of whom snored) but I was also really excited for the next day. Mix that in with cold weather and hard ground and it's easy to see why I didn't get much sleep the ...
... on the farm I’m sure has its ups and downs, but as I left the orchards that day, all I could think about was how proud I was of this family, for what they’ve accomplished together, and all that this business means to the local economy, those they employ and help through their efforts. And as I sit down to Thanksgiving with my own family this November, I will be grateful once again for the blessed bounty, and hope that ...