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    GALLERY: Katahdin in sight for Kallin family - Photo provided by Dave Kallin | of | Share this photo

    The Kallin children, Madeline, 8, and Nathan, 9, hike at Bigelow Preserve with Flagstaff Lake in the background. The Dresden family started out on the AT in Georgia in April and hopes to finish atop Mount Katahdin on Monday.

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    GALLERY: Katahdin in sight for Kallin family - Portland Press Herald photo by Derek Davis | of | Share this photo

    The Kallin children, Madeline, 8, and Nathan, 9, put on their shoes after crossing a stream while hiking near Gulf Hagas, a registered national landmark along the Appalachian Trail corridor. The Dresden family started out on the AT in Georgia in April and hopes to finish atop Mount Katahdin on Monday.

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    GALLERY: Katahdin in sight for Kallin family - Portland Press Herald photo by Derek Davis | of | Share this photo

    Dave Kallin leaps into a waterfall while hiking with his family at Gulf Hagas, a registered national landmark along the Appalachian Trail corridor. The Dresden family started out on the AT in Georgia in April and hopes to finish atop Mount Katahdin on Monday.

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    GALLERY: Katahdin in sight for Kallin family - Portland Press Herald photo by Derek Davis The Kallin family, Dave and Emily, their children Nathan, 9, and Madeline, 8, and their dog Orion, pause for a family portrait near Gulf Hagas, a registered national landmark along the Appalachian Trail corridor. The Dresden family started out on the AT in Georgia in April and hopes to finish atop Mount Katahdin on Monday. | of | Share this photo

    The Kallin family, Dave and Emily, their children Nathan, 9, and Madeline, 8, and their dog Orion, pause for a family portrait near Gulf Hagas, a registered national landmark along the Appalachian Trail corridor. The Dresden family started out on the AT in Georgia in April and hopes to finish atop Mount Katahdin on Monday.

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