I am currently living in the Southwest via Kentucky. After years of persistence, my husband has convinced me to thru hike the AT with him in 2015. We will leave behind our house, our cats and our jobs. What can possibly go wrong?
Adam and I have been yellow and white blazing for nearly a month. We are still processing that we are no longer thru-hikers. Physically, this was an
I won’t hike the entire AT. This realization came on many days ago as I reached Cowart Gap. Well, it really hit me as I climbed out of Cowart Gap
We stayed a second night at the Blood Mountain Cabins. If you get there early enough to grab a cabin, do so. It’s a short walk from Neel’s Gap, is
February 28 to March 5: Heading to Neel's Gap today. We arrived in Dahlonega, GA the evening of February 28 and went to the start of the
We are undergoing a self-imposed test of patience. We left Albuquerque on February 1 and started a leisurely two-week trek through Texas, Arkansas,
I'm not going to lie. I am going to be flat up honest. Through most of September and a good chunk of October, I felt that our hike was in jeopardy.
It's Not the Best News Wow. I haven't written a post in some time because I've been waiting for the words to come. So, the wow isn't for the fact
Reactions and expectations are curious things. And a lot of them are going around as Adam and I get closer to our launch date. A couple of weeks ago,
We went backpacking during this past Fourth of July weekend with our friend Matt to test our gear and our overall attitude about setting out in
We are hiking the Appalachian Trail. The entire trail. Even after months of deliberating on this subject it still sounds unbelievable. It sounds