Walking With The Mursi Part 4 of 5
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Walking With The Mursi Part 4 of 5

Eventually I find Olitula crossing the Mago river. The Mago is 1 of 2 major rivers that carve their way through the Omo. They are the lifeblood of the Mursi for drinking, planting seasonal rive rbed crops and watering their cattle. There’s a lot of rocks and the current is really strong making it difficult to cross. I’ ve drunk…

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Damascus – myATstory
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Damascus – myATstory

We hiked the Appalachian Trail in 1997. We started in June in Maine and finished it December 15 on Springer Mountain. Yeah, we thought we knew each other. And then you share a tent with someone for six months, and that’s one of the first things you realize, that it’s easy to romanticize a 2,000-mile hike. But then you get…

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Family reacts after missing hiker is rescued
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Family reacts after missing hiker is rescued

SAYING HE BELIEVES STAFF’S TENACITY AND WILL POWER KEPT HIM GOING THOSE FOUR DAYS.         RELIEVED FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS – THAT’S WHERE CHRIS STAFF IS FROM – HIS WIFE REPORTED HIM MISSING MONDAY WHEN HE DIDN’T COME HOME AT HIS EXPECTED TIME… AFTER SETTING OUT TO HIKE A 31 MILE LOOP IN THE LINCOLN…

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