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We resume our hiking today from Pochuck Mountain in New Jersey toward Bear Mountain in New York this week.  The boots saga continues: Cane is now on his 9 th pair of his boots as he bought a new pair last week.  He ought to be a good quality test candidate for boots company.  O:-)  Anyhow, have a good week, folks.

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Rain stopped at noon and we made a quick decision to hike around 8 miles to Blackburn Center to stay for a night TODAY.  That way, we can arrive in Harpers Ferry tomorrow and take care of Cane’s boots problem right away.  Cane’s boots fell apart after only 2 weeks of absorbing some abuses from the rocks.  He has to find very strudious boots that can withstand tremendous amount of abuses from the rocks this weekend or he will hike bootless!  😎

Catch y’all later, folks!

I didn’t have any time to update this blog even though I have a couple of zero days. I as running errands with Cane – driving around getting things what we need fo trail. As of now, Cane still doesn’t have a new boots. He has to buy ones at the outfitter in an hour, so we can start hiking again. His old boots were so messed up that he cannot hike in them and it as only around 2 months old! Anyhow, the stories have to be tabled until I have some time to sit down and share with you folks. Anyhow, we are going to hike from Daleville to Glasgow. Have a good week. Until next time, folks!

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