Hi! I'm Beth. I like singing disney songs in the shower, coconut flavored anything, and really terrible puns. You can usually find me rereading one of my favorite books, searching for treasures in thrift stores, or lying in the sun and pretending that I can tan. My husband Jordan and I fell in love with hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. We are thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail NOBO starting in March.
It has been six months since I summited Katahdin, and over a year since I set out to thru hike the Appalachian Trail. So here I am, six months
I'm currently sitting in a hammock at a hostel on the precipice of the White Mountains in New Hampshire. With less than 400 miles left, it's
I've neglected posting for a while. I told myself that it was due to lack of inspiration. This isn't entirely true, and I can't blame the trail for
Thru hikers may be handful, but you can't help but love us!
We spent two blissful zero days in Hot Springs enjoying the local food and the company of trail family. When we walked out of town the next morning I
One Feet, Two Feet, Red Feet, Blue feet Before leaving Franklin, I stopped at an Outfitter in order to get my feet checked since I had been having a
Living Life on the Edge (Not as much fun as it sounds) We left Neels Gap after taking our time relaxing in the morning and spending some time at
If there is one thing the trail is teaching me, it is flexibility. Before we left home, we carefully planned our first four days: reasonable
Our New Home Today we arrived at Amicalola Falls State Park where we officially registered as thru hikers, got our passport stamped, and
I Believe Introductions Are in Order Hey guys! My name is Beth, and my husband Jordan and I make up the hiking duo Harper's Tarry. We are starting