2017 AT Thru Hiker and outdoor enthusiast, I have been hiking in and around the White Mountains of NH since I was 6 with my mom and brothers. After finishing the AT, I pursued my goal of spending my life outside by becoming a guide for a wilderness therapy program. Despite living in the woods for a living, the lure of thru hiking has persisted. Stay tuned for more adventures to come!
Day One - Crawford Notch to Mount Davis My friend Nick drove me to the trailhead on the morning of Aug. 21. This way, I wouldn't have to leave my
"Hey, Erica," my boss started. "We've noticed that you seem a bit burned out. We're overstaffed for next shift so we're going to have you sit this
A Really Poor Excuse for Why This Took 2 Months to Write If you've been following along, you've probably figured out by now that I have finished the
Day 116 - 126: Vermont to New Hampshire, 151.4 miles The day we stepped foot in Vermont, the clouds parted and the angels sang (or maybe it was just
Day 109-117: Connecticut to Vermont, 135.2 miles Welcome to New England I like to imagine that gnats have extreme sports. The most extreme of these
Day 98-108: DWG to Connecticut, 167.8 miles Between the Bubbles After I left the DWG, I was on my own. Peregrine was behind me, and River and
Day 88-97: Duncannon to Delaware Water Gap, 146.4 miles First off, this is the time period where I lost my phone, so any and all pictures in this
Day 81-87: Harper's Ferry to Duncannon, 123.5 miles Family Time For the first time since I'd started the trail, I got to see some people from home.
Day 72-80: Blackrock Hut to Harper's Ferry, 141.1 miles Public Enemy #1 Of all of the things in the woods to fear, I never thought a nocturnal
Hello world! In a twisted and complex series of events, my phone has broken and left me stranded as far as communication goes. I apologize for the