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Ruck
2012-05-21, 10:24
Several years ago a couple of us hiked this trail . 15.8 miles , we hiked in two days carrying near forty lb packs( too heavy ). Trail roughly follows Encampment River .

JERMM
2012-05-21, 11:03
and...

Hikerhead
2012-05-21, 16:35
and...

I think the OP was just making a statement about that trail.

sheepdog
2012-05-22, 07:48
and...

they all lived happily ever after..

Superman
2012-05-22, 07:55
I like stories with happy endings.

john pickett
2012-05-22, 09:51
I like eggs.

JERMM
2012-05-22, 10:06
they all lived happily ever after..

:congrats::congrats::congrats: such a great story, I hope they make it into a movie

saimyoji
2012-05-22, 19:26
I like stories with happy endings.

somebody say happy endings? :bandit:
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Hog On Ice
2012-05-22, 19:50
+1 for saimyoji

Ray
2012-05-22, 20:35
+1 for saimyojiYeah, I mean there was a juggler.

Superman
2012-05-22, 20:35
somebody say happy endings? :bandit:
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If you've never been to the massage parlor on the strip in Phu Loi you just don't know how good a happy ending can be.

Ruck
2012-05-23, 10:33
Well heck , I never made it to Phu Loi !

saimyoji
2012-05-23, 20:47
If you've never been to the massage parlor on the strip in Phu Loi you just don't know how good a happy ending can be.

you've heard the song about one night in bangkok....i lived there for 5 years.....

Superman
2012-05-23, 21:23
I had a 5 day R&R in Tokyo. As a senor RTO I couldn't get another R&R or get out of field duty. Guys came back from Bangkok with amazing stories...no weirdness was too weird. When they opened up Australia as an R&R option guys came back with equal amazing stories. I don't care if the stories were BS they were better than what I was doing. I actually considered moving to Thailand after the war but I can't even stand the heat in VA.

saimyoji
2012-05-23, 21:36
I knew some guys who had done just that. Married a local gal and made a life out of it. For the most part life there was very good, back in the 80s/90s. Can't say I care much for city life anymore.

Superman
2012-05-23, 21:53
I've had to spend some time in cities and I've never liked it. Each time I left the city I felt like I was escaping from a bad place. If I had moved to Thailand it would have been to poo in a rice paddy.