Hi there! My name is Dayze and I am a 2018 Appalachian Trail thru-hiker with my dog Flynn! We will be walking our way from Georgia all the way back home to Maine starting March 1st! After that we will hopefully be continuing on to veterinary school. Flynn and I like long naps on the couch, any and all breakfast foods, old worn sneakers, cows, peanut butter, and of course mountain views!
I may go down in history as the worst trek blogger of 2018, but I guess an update is better late than never. For those of you who have been relying
It's been a bit since I posted an update, so I figure I'll take the time to chat about a jumble of different things from the past 345
During the first three weeks of hiking I have hit a lot of highs and a lot of lows. It's been extremely emotionally and physically demanding. I'm
Oh boy, these first few days have been a major learning curve for both me and the pup. I actually decided to wait a bit to write my first trail
As March 1 gets closer, my dog, Flynn, and I have been cracking down on the smaller details of our Appalachian Trail thru-hike. After several weeks
A guide explaining three of the common tickborne illnesses on the Appalachian trail affecting both you and your canine sidekick! Here are some tips on how you can protect one another, and limit your risk of finishing your hike with a tickborne illness.
Alright. Lets just start by getting this out of the way: spending six months living in the woods seems absolutely crazy! Sure, I definitely get that!