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The Beginning

Welcome to my blog. Thank you for your interest in my hike. I’ll try to share as much as I can. Service is spotty until I get into towns so that’s mostly where I will be posting from. I began my thru hike on March 15 at Amicalola Falls doing the approach trail. I stayed at the shelter at the visitor center the night before my start. When I pulled in to the park it was already snowing.
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