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I recently took a day hike in Harriman State Park, no pack, just a jacket, a bottle of water and a few granola bars. Went up to and thru the lemon squeeze, missed the leach trail, don't ask me how, saw it on the way back but it was getting late. Had a great time regardless. I encourage everyone to get out there even if it's only for a few hours. Hope to do a couple of days in a row soon.

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Oh by the way.

I think I'll bring my little pack and my stove next time, a cup of tea would have washed those granola bars down really nice.

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