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I Hiked the Entire Appalachian Trail in My Car

A few months ago, my life was a mess. I was fired from my job, my wife divorced me, and my father’s health took a turn for the worse. To add insult to injury, my wife got my old job and immediately married my father. I needed time to think and put the scraps of my life back together. So when a buddy of mine recommended hiking the Appalachian Trail, three things came to mind:
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