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Kaylan Turner
Gone With The Wild
Gone With The Wild

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Lots of puppy love in this canoe! #doglovers    #canoe   #kentucky   #gwtw   #mcm   #flyfishing   #chesapeakebayretriever  

New blog at 

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I have moved my blog!

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More posts coming soon at the new website. 

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Trout Stocking in Red River Gorge! 

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#fungifriday   #redrivergorge  Short hike today and found this fungus - Can anyone help identify? 

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KY Lake Cumberland Tailwaters - Long Bar #flyfishing

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Lake Cumberland Tailwater - Long Bar Fishing Access
In an attempt to cross the river you may: A) attempt to ford the river B) caulk wagon and float across C) take a ferry across D) wait to see if conditions improve E) make your husband wade across and hope he doesn't drown  You guessed it! Option E is correc...

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Appalachain Trail Breakdown 2015
Many friends and family have lots of questions about my time on the trail. Here are a few fun facts about my time on the AT: Miles Walked: 1498.9 miles Miles Left to Walk: 690.3 miles States Finished: 10 states (GA, NC, TN, VA, WV, MD, PA, NJ, NY, Conn) Sta...

Appalachian Trail Update
For my friends and family that do not know... I am off the trail. I rolled into Salisbury, Connecticut on the night of June 25th with extreme right foot pain. Admittedly, it was a pain I had been ignoring for a week, but I kept telling myself to suck it up!...

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8 Reasons Why Hiking The Appalachian Trail is Like Retirement in a Nursing Home.
After hitting mile 343 of the Appalachian Trail, I have come to a realization. Hiking the A.T. is like retirement in a nursing home. Here are 8 reasons why: 1) You have saved up all your money and quit your job, only to find your self living on a fixed inco...

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Strong Are Thy Walls O Salem! More Inspiration for the AT
I set off to hike the Appalachian Trail in a few weeks and I am starting to get nervous! Only one in four hikers that attempt a thru hike actually finish the 2,189 miles of trail. I have done my best to physically prepare for the trip. More importantly, I h...
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