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 Mt. Tim 
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I haven't hiked in forever.... I miss it and have been working 6 days a week trying to get my private practice off the ground, since October and am on the brink of burnout and needed to do some small thing outside of working even if it was just a short jaunt. I've been eyeing Mt. Tim in Plymouth behind the Agway store for a while and since I was in town doing errands yesterday, and the sun was out, I decided to go for I it. It is super small, and has no trail or views, but is actually listed on peakbagger.com and somebody has done it. Anyways it was short and steep and I got to practice not getting lost, which would have been hard to do, since it is completely surrounded by homes and rds. No tics since it was too cold, and it just felt good to get my head outside of work albeit briefly. I look forward to hiking more this summer and plan to carve out time to reclaim my sanity. I can't believe it has been a yr since my last hike!


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Sun Apr 10, 2016 3:33 pm
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hiking lady wrote:
I got to practice not getting lost

HA HA. Short, long, cold, hot. It's all good. You got out there. Good for you.

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hiking lady wrote:
I can't believe it has been a yr since my last hike!

A map of the shorty. I'm sure nobody on this site has done this one!
https://caltopo.com/map.html


A year?! We're going to have to request you change your screen name! :D Good for you for getting out again. Must have felt great! I would have loved to be out on a hike of any size today instead of working in the yard under bluebird skies. Hopefully it earns me some bonus points from Mrs. GG for future escapes. And since you are starting up again, time to learn how to post some pics for your upcoming adventures! :wink:


Sun Apr 10, 2016 4:18 pm
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Mountain therapy at it's finest! :D

Greg and I have been saying often lately we need to start posting more open calls here for some group friendly hikes. Maybe a good excuse for you to get out more. :wink:

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Sun Apr 10, 2016 8:24 pm
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getting out always refreshes everything even if you over do it and feel terrible the next day.

Nice link, there is the dismal pool.


Sun Apr 10, 2016 8:42 pm
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The link seems to bring you to whatever you personally looked at last on the sight and not Mt. Tim. I went to K-North.


Sun Apr 10, 2016 8:48 pm
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For a bit I thought she meant mt. Tom.


Sun Apr 10, 2016 10:00 pm
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I actually was thinking of HCI when I hiked it, given his liking for these small towny Peaks. I didn't bother taking any pics because, well I'm lazy! I'll work on that...


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