Hello beautiful people! I just graduated from college and I'm ready for more adventures. I have two degrees, one in Anthropology and the other in Philosophy. I can sometimes rant about things i'm passionate about but I'm always open to other people's POV. I love being outside and doing yoga poses with killer backgrounds. The last book I read was Pride and Prejudice and the book i'm currently reading is The Book on the taboo against knowing who you are by Alan Watts. I'm literally just looking around my room and writing about the things I see lol. I started learning the guitar two months ago. Dachshunds are my favorite dog breed. Those short little legs just get to me! Also, I love to be outdoors! If I could wake up and go hiking everyday that would be heaven! I guess it's a good thing I'm leaving to thru hike the Appalachian trail next month!! I'm so stoked about it! Besides blogging here, I also have my own blog, outsidethegardenblog.com, where I drone on randomly like this. My AT hike will primarily be documented here but some randomness from the trail will end up over there.
For me this has never been about walking 2,190 miles. Walking the Appalachian Trail has always been about just that, walking the AT, however fast or
By day two on the trail I had already had three instances of trail magic! Instance One I stayed at the Amicalola lodge the night before the start
Where: Amicalola Falls AT Approach Trail When: Jan. 14, 2018, to Jan. 15, 2018 Why: Testing pack, cold weather gear and timing What: Highlights,