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Top 10 Myths for SOBOs

7/6 marked the beginning of my SOBO journey to GA with the summit of Katahdin. I hit the mountain full of excitement and wonder, not only for the summit, but for what lay ahead. I had done about as much internet scouring as one might dub borderline obsessive on the AT, and I was so anxious to see how it all played out. I quickly realized that almost everything I had read about hiking SOBO was wrong,.
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