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Commitment, Not A Straitjacket

If I was going to get on the trail and walk those 2200 miles I had to make that commitment. With everything that had happened in the past couple years what I needed was an action plan.   I set a date in the future to reverse engineer from. With past experience as a gym rat, I knew what it was going to take to lose the weight and get trail ready. Dovetailed with that were two other things: gear acquisition and minimizing expenses not relating to the hike.
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