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Miles 2,075-2,189.1: Monson, ME through 100 Mile Wilderness to Katahdin (and back down to Baxter)

Monson, Maine is the beginning of the 100 Mile Wilderness (at mile 2,075).  Within the first 10 miles, we passed by Spectacle Pond, Bell Pond, Lily Pond, Mud Pond, James Brook, Little Wilson Falls, and several other streams.  Barren Slide, Barren Ledges, and Barren Mountain offered views of the remote wilderness surrounding us.  The Chairback......
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