Well hey there, world. My name is Eliza and I'm an Appalachian Trail thru-hiker. Fun fact: I still have one baby tooth that I will never lose (it's a genetic thing). Also I like foggy mornings, old books, and the mountains.
Hey, folks. So I was blogging awhile back. You can see it if you scroll through my history. And I'm sure it looks like I quit the trail: abrupt
Well, I'm back with a brief update. Nothing fancy as I'm rushing this in during a hostel stay. It's been cold. There's been snow and ice and wind
It's finally happened. I spent the whole winter eating, working, shopping, packing, budgeting, worrying, training... but it's all finally over and
Hello Trekkies! (I feel like I could call you guys that now, haha). Anyway last Saturday I stepped off the Appalachian Trail at mile 309 and
Hello everyone! A lot has happened since I last wrote (I even got my trail name!), and I’ll get to that stuff later. But for today I want to talk to
Hello again everyone! It’s been a bit since I’ve had the chance to sit down and write. A week I think? A lot has happened since then. I crossed the
It’s been a big first week of my thru-hike. Here’s what I’ve learned while I made the mammoth adjustment from the "normal" world to the world of the trail.
In which I introduce myself and explain why I won't be freezing to death despite beginning my hike in, of all months, November.