Trail Update #14: New Hampshire and Maine are kinda bat-s**t crazy
I started this post over a month ago, and never finished it for reasons that Slim Shady’s explained here much better than I ever could. His post about not posting inspired me to at least let you all know that I’M DONE! I’M FINISHED! I’M SO HAPPY TO BE HOME! and tell you that I’ll be back in the blogging game soon.
For now, I’ll include the sorely limited 14th update I drafted back in August. Apologies in advance to anyone who’ll be offended by me lovingly disparaging New England.
Mass: just lovely
Vermont: fun and full of generous people
New Hampshire and Maine are trying to kill me. This section of the trail is not for the weak willed or anyone afraid of heights. I’ve cried, like, a lot. There is no ‘trail’ here. No dirt, just rock up that goes straight up and straight down, sometimes with iron rebar or steps built in. It’s f-ing scary and, frankly, dangerous and that people tell you this part is the best part is insanity, IMHO. To each his/her own, but get me out of here. Yes, it’s pretty. No, the views are not worth it (to me). 🤷🏻♀️
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