Hey there, nice to see you here. My name's Heather and I'm a travel junkie. I love anything and everything new, all the time. My husband loves everything the same, all the time. I know for him, once we do something for the first time, it is already our routine. We love each other infinitely and are looking forward to do the same thing repeatedly every day in new places by hiking the AT in 2017. My husband, Joel, is the social media guru so my social media links take to you his accounts of tracking our adventure! If you want to check out my artwork or keep updated on our adventures and writing beyond the AT our website is happyreign.com. If you want to watch our hike, my husband's YouTube channel is 'Joel Wanders'. If you want to read the love story of what brought the two of us together in our thirties you can buy our love story on Amazon.com just look up Heather Q! Happy Reading!
I Knew I was Leaving One last shameless writing piece. I will tell you not how my story begins but how it ended. I had known I was getting off the
I did almost 800 miles. That's worth something, right? So I didn't finish my thru hike. Why did I leave and what does that mean for me? To
You Speak English? My husband and I have spent the majority of our three year marriage living in other countries. Most often our communication
I Forgot My Chanel Bag Out on the trail, it gets interesting what a woman will carry 2,000 miles for preservation of femininity rather than
The Initial Breakup I'm typing this blog on my husband's iphone with one bar of signal. I decided to leave my phone at home one day before leaving
Warm Morning Inside, Cold Rain Out I sit here leaning back in a kitchen chair so full my eyes are sleepy again. This morning, one of twenty hikers
I will share with you a tale of woe and overcoming. My husband and I are currently at mile marker 650ish. It's been raining for days, hopeful today
My husband and I just completed a two day shakedown hike three weeks before our AT departure date. Some of our gear worked smashingly and other
Moving Out Full on foods of Byriani, Kubba, lamb, and a dessert called Lebanese nights, I sit contemplating the trail to come. My husband and I
It's hard to say goodbye. It's not hard to leave the Middle East for a thru hike on the AT, but it is hard to tell refugees that's why your leaving. Let's just say we're moving onto something different...