Barefoot Hike in Cantwell Cliffs

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  1. Ahcuah

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    Gorgeous, Ahcuah! That spider web was something else. Have you and Lee hiked together before?
     
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    That's good to know. That flint can be really slippery when it's wet.
     
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    Nice! To be honest I've yet to be back to Hocking Hills since going barefoot a couple years ago. One of these days I should go back down there...
     
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    I'll probably be back down there at Flint Ridge in late May next year. You could join us.
     
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    Thanks lp, perhaps I might. I always worried about the toughness of my feet on the trail, but after my mountain trip this summer I think I'm confident to try just about anything now. Well I still hate gravel and not good with cold, but other than that.
     
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    wow the scenery is breathtaking just gorgeous.
    Thanks for sharing
     
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