Hello! I completed my thru hike in 2015 with my dog, No Shame. We had an amazing journey full of ups and downs, seems that is the nature of the AT. Throughout our hike we shared our stories and now off trail I am still embedded in trail life. Currently I am planning my next long distance hike for No Shame and I.
Huddled, a sodden mass of wet bodies, we watched the rain come down in sheets. We’d just covered 10-plus miles of trail dashing through puddles and
I dashed down the trail trying to beat the setting sun. My dog, No Shame was 20 feet ahead of me excited about the sudden increase in pace. The
It's the time of year when many of us past thru hikers are coming upon our "trail-aversary." Maybe it has already come and gone as mine has, maybe
I owe it to all my followers, to myself, but even more so, tonight I owe it to a sweet and kind man. This is for him! In the spring of 2007 I
Monson, Maine I meandered away from the group ducking around the back of Shaw's Lodging to where my tent stood. I quietly called to No Shame
It's that time already!!! Springer Mountain GA "Let the games begin" I can't believe people are filling their packs with all their new found
The trail brings so many things to life, you don't realize just how much until you leave the trail. Maine... Maine was one of those things. Soul
I have been off the trail for over two months now and the transition is challenging to say the least. I'm excited to start writing my story again
You might be a thru-hiker if...you wear a headlamp as an accessory. And other fun hiker trash ways of life.
The rocks are hidden beneath a blanket of leaves! When people talk of PA and the trail all you hear about are rocks, rocks, rocks, and more