So you want to thru hike with your partner as a couple, but you’re unsure if that is too much together time.
What if you need personal time?
Or, what do you do if you need to go to the bathroom near your partner?
What happens if you argue?
All these and more are valid questions to consider when attempting a thru hike with your partner.
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