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.
Do people really understand what a difference it makes when they take time to assist a thru hiker? I'm going to do my best to provide some level
Raw beauty! That is the White Mountains of NH. Vistas, weather, AMC, rock scrambles, people, and so much more. I work so hard to fill
Things on the trail are constantly changing, whether it be terrain, people, food, lodging, towns, weather or yourself. Just recently there
On the trail there is an unwritten set of "rules" or etiquette as it's known in the real world. No Shame is willing to spread the
The trail is a beast of its own kind and I got brave and brought my own beast along. Gaining her name! Having "No Shame" (aka Star) with me
On the trail you are often defined by your hike; NoBo, SoBo, Flip-flop, Section, or Leapfrog, but you cannot allow these definitions to determine
I am in love with the beauty of the trail. From day one I found things which spoke to me, including snails, newts, and other little critters.
Welcome to me, Bookie, a bit of a late bloomer here on Appalachian Trials. Just a quick idea of who I am and then let's talk about the good stuff.