I quit my job in 2013 to thruhike full time. So far, so good! This year I'll be on the Pacific Crest Trail. "Thruhiking is sweet misery."
We are in the homestretch. The dog days of August. The last few weeks we have stumbled over the blowdowns in Oregon, then wandered through Obsidia
A Typical Day On The PCT 7/29/16 7:30pm: I usually don't stop and camp this early, there's still light. The hike today was 32 mile
"Dream up, Dream up, Let me fill your cup, With the promise of a man."-Neil Young Dream Baby Dream Okay California. This is one
Trail update: I'm still walking. Anything else I say would be completely uninteresting to anyone not doing the same. I'm past 1,000 miles and doing ok
" The mighty Sierra, miles in height, and so gloriously colored and so radiant, it seemed not clothed with light but wholly composed of it, like t
Here is an update on the past 100 miles. After taking a week off the trail, I got back on the PCT at Walker Pass (mile 652). Poobah and I hike
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They shit on our rug. Well, not on our rug, but our hardwood floor. I strolled into Walker Pass, (PCT mile 652), after four and a hal
Hiker Box Diaries Episode 5: Death Traps, Squalor, Trump, Reagan as PCT Thruhikers Converge on Hikertown
/embed] When I strolled up to Hikertown I thought it was a joke. It was caged behind a ratty chain link fence and it was absolutely deser
This is the desert I feared before I started the PCT. The sun was relentless leaving Mill Creek Fire Station at 1pm. There were a dozen or so hikers