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 Where did I see this pack?? 
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 Where did I see this pack??
And REI does NOT count as a valid answer.

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It was down the trail from this sign - a unique one. I've only seen this on one trail.

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Fri Apr 29, 2016 2:50 pm
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 Re: Where did I see this pack??
On a Hike-NH Gear forum post? 8)

That sign looks like something from Welch-Dickey, but the woods look like the Tom-Field col on the A-Z Trail, which if I recall correctly you've been to recently.


Fri Apr 29, 2016 8:23 pm
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Very nicely done. It is indeed W-D. The woods probably don't look familiar b/c I spent about an hour meandering along the stream bed taking pictures. 8)

You can have 1/2 the bonus points previously awarded G². HA HA HA.

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So apparently, not coming in womens sizes was not an issue. :roll: 8)

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Sat Apr 30, 2016 6:25 pm
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Certainly wasn't down the street form this one

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Nothing is down the street from this one.


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So apparently, not coming in womens sizes was not an issue. :roll: 8)

HA HA. You know, I tried the women's specific pack, also with the commemorative logo. I really really wanted that one to work for me. It wasn't even close. I loaded all my stuff into the unisex, walked around with it. Then loaded all my stuff into the women's pack. Hefted it onto my back and almost immediately took it off. Didn't even walk around.

I've been out twice with it. Still getting used to it but like I said: I've got a year to decide. So far, so good.

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thegibba wrote:
Certainly wasn't down the street form this one

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Nothing is down the street from this one.

WHAAAAAAAAAAAAT??? Where's this one?

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It is on Mt. Caribou.


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