I plan on starting my thru-hike of the AT on April 17th. My company has granted me a 6 month sabbatical to complete the trail. I am an Environmental Engineer who loves backpacking. I have done portions of the Florida, Ice Age, Colorado, Appalachian, & Continental Divide trails. I have about 400 total miles of backpacking experience under my belt and hope to add 2200 after I finish the AT. If I finish the AT early enough, I may just complete the remaining portion of the Long trail for fun.
One Month on Trail!!! I just passed the one Month on trail mark. At almost 350 miles, it has been the time of my life without a doubt. It has also
The Dream Coming True I've finally started the Appalachian Trail!! Cody, Kim, Alex, & Shannahan all joined me. My back strain healed up fast and
Less Than a Month to Go This is my first post from my kindle. I'll be typing my posts on this and using my phone to add pictures. Hopefully, it
Thru-Hike Update & Hiking During COVID-19 I’ll be discussing work and their support for my thru-hike, potential hiking buddies, as well as
Gear List & AT Prep Who doesn’t enjoy a good list? This post is pretty short and mostly geared (pun intended) towards what’s on my back (and
Why I am hiking the Appalachian Trail A Bozo (me) who got stuck near a waterfall in Washington State A cliché introduction post to start a thru