a hiking trail extending through the Appalachian Mountains from central Maine to N Georgia. 2050 miles (3300 km) long.
Of all the speculation the past few days, nude hiking on the Appalachian Trail was my favorite.
Sanford May Have to Take a Hike, After All Kathleen Parker June 23, 2009
I didn’t want anyone to say I was hiking the Appalachian Trail.
D.C.’s New Beefcake Maureen O’Connor October 13, 2009
Now the governor tells us he wasn’t hiking the Appalachian Trail, as his staff originally said.
Runaway Governor: The Sequel Kathleen Parker June 22, 2009
At 19, she hiked the Appalachian Trail with friends and went to work on a cattle ranch in Texas.
Spies, Lies, and Rape in the Air Force: An Undercover Agent’s Story Jacob Siegel March 3, 2014
With his campaign in turmoil, the former governor might be itching to hit the Appalachian Trail again.
Mark Sanford’s Formidable Opponent: Stephen Colbert’s Sister Jack Bass April 28, 2013
The idea is as ridiculous as believing that Mark Sanford was actually out hiking the Appalachian Trail—which, of course, I did.
Barbour vs. Obama, 2012 Mark McKinnon June 27, 2009
Plus, Governor Mark Sanford started his heroic marital freedom march along the Appalachian Trail, making Swine a Page 12 story.
Why You Love Being Scared of Swine Flu Kent Sepkowitz September 18, 2009
Jenny Sanford has had enough of the Appalachian Trail jokes.
Jenny Sanford Files for Divorce The Daily Beast December 10, 2009
- Appalachian spring
a dance (1944) choreographed by Martha Graham, with musical score by Aaron Copland.
- Appalachian tea
the leaves of any of certain plants of the genus Ilex of the eastern U.S., as the shrub I. glabra, sometimes used as a tea. a plant yielding such leaves.
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