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Some say…
That it’s top is flat because Mt. Hood bashed it in with a wooden club and that it’s friends are heathens so take it slow.
All we know is it’s called Mt. Adams.

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Some say… that wookies were actually to blame for the incident of 1924 and that the moss here only grows on the east side due to the eruption of Mt. St. Helens in 1980. - All we know is it’s called Ape Canyon.

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Some say... it's paved with the soles of a million Nike shoes and that Simon Benson can be seen drinking a pint on Thursdays at the lodge - All we know is it's called Multnomah Falls.

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Quick little trail guide for Silver Star Mountain - One of the most beautiful little mountain climbs in southwest Washington.

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Hi everyone.
The time has finally come to release my first movie, Feeling Earth. my first movie about adaptive and disabled backpacking #adventure  #advocacy #gearreviews & more
http://thedisabledhiker.blogspot.com/2016/02/feeling-earth-movie.html

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Few backpacking tools hold the status that walking sticks and trekking poles do with me when it comes to getting me back out on the trail again. But giving up my old set of walking sticks was no easy task.

http://thedisabledhiker.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-disabled-hiker-feeling-earth-part-10.html

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A quick little trail guide for Lookout Mountain, Oregon!

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Getting excited preparing for Mt. Rainier summit next year! Hopefully we get some good snow this season.

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Happy Friday! Looking forward and scouting out new challenges.

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Folks from all over the country and from different walks of life come to witness the majesty of Zion by the hundreds of thousands every year. They take time out of their busy lives to experience this place. Yes, it's beautiful to look at, but if looking was fulfilling enough then people would stay home.
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