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7 Sep 2017 It’s been a little over a month since I made my departure from the AT.  As I look back, I often wonder, “Should I have continued?” Even though I was hurting and falling down almost every step, I wonder if I made the right decision to end my AT Thru Hike.  I do believe it was the RIGHT decision to leave the trail…but I want to go back. Now that I’m home with the creature comforts of RV Living,.
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