Moonshine here! 2016 AT Thru-hiker and twenty-something taking on adventures after life on the trail. See where my hiking and fundraising efforts for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention take me! Aspiring dehydrating food connoisseur.
Hiking with your PIC Photo Credit Hannah In 2015, I caught the thru-hike bug. After graduating from college, my boyfriend Dave and I
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Trailcation: Taking A Vacation and/or Break From the Trail During my thru-hike, I took advantage of nero's and zeros, turning them into
The Beginner's Guide to Dehydrating To put it simply-I love food. And, I knew backpacking for five months would make meal times interesting.
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Living out of your backpack is serious business. For nearly five months I lived out of my backpack, trekking from Georgia to Maine. Before setting
Deciding to hike the Appalachian Trail is quite an undertaking. For those interested in thru-hike planning, there's some basic logistics that have to