I love grey and beverages. Recently relocated to Richmond, VA from Austin, TX, y'all. NOBO thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2015. Exhilarating and terrifying.
#tbt to my 2015 Appalachian Thru-Hike... 8/27 Thursday - Day 173 * 95% of the Appalachian Trail completed. By the end of day, 99.4 miles to
Hi! Yes, I finished hiking the trail in September. No, I haven't finished blogging. Getting there. 8/21 Friday - Day 167 * 2,000 miles! Two
8/14 Friday -- Day 160 * Serious day that began with the Mahoosuc Notch. This famed area is a mile of trail known as the most challenging on the
So. Today marks two months from having summitted Mt. Katahdin. YES. We did it! It's also been three months journey-wise since I last made an update.
7/29 Wednesday -- Day 144 * Magnus and I stealth camped the night before between Smarts Mountain and Mt. Cube. What a fine choice we made. Through
Hi! It's Coco! Catching up on trail updates! On with the program... 7/22 Wednesday -- Day 137 Under 500 miles! Climbed Mt. Killington. Halfway
7/12 Sunday -- Day 127 * Hiked into Dalton, MA and a guy in an SUV pulled up to chat with us. Local guy: Goin' all the way to Maine? Magnus y Coco:
7/6 Monday -- Day 121 * We said our goodbyes and thank yous to Red Panda and her family as well as others not going back to the same place on the
6/27 - Saturday - Day 112 * Entered New York! * The trail offered a nearly flat, vertical rock face or a ladder. Magnus took more challenging
All subcultures have their own lexicon and thru-hiker lifestyle is no different. You may be familiar with terms such as nobo/sobo, PUD's, and hiker