In no particular order, part time: brewer, hiker, kayaker, driver, traveler, photographer, and cook. Someday I'd like change that to full time for one or more of those. I've known about the A.T. for as long as I can remember. My grand parents lived in Harrisburg and hiked sections of it. I'm not sure when I got the notion to do a thru-hike. I'm fairly certain it wasn't in my head upon graduation of H.S. or after getting out of the Navy as those would have been perfect times to do such a thing. Guess I was too worried about getting on with life and doing the "responsible" thing. I want to change that. And I'm hoping 2016 is a good year for a NOBO.
Let's talk about keeping your phone and devices powered while not being tethered by an extension cord of epic lengths. While out shopping, here are
We're sunk Went "home" for the long holiday weekend. Home is Tallahassee and the panhandle of FL. From reading thru the blogs, many of the
May of '14 I'm looking for a nice loop trail that will serve as a shake down hike for gear and personal suffering. I found a nice one in the
Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman, Be he alive, or be he dead I'll grind his bones to make my bread, I have no
Dolly Sods With the recent bear attack in the Great Smoky Mountains, perhaps that is a poor title. But, I promise no humans nor bears have been