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The Vlog – Vermont

Vermont, you made me enjoy the Trail again. As much as I loved stopping at delis for hot food and beer, I had begun to miss the wilderness. As much as I complained about crappy terrain and pointless ups and downs, I had begun to miss real mountains. As cynical and frustrated as I had become, someone actually had my lazy butt out of my warm hammock to watch the sunrise again.
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