I was born in PA in 1991 and raised in the town of Blacksburg Virginia just a bit away from the AT. After completing a degree in Environmental science I moved to New Jersey for a few years and realized I really wasn't into the desk job thing. I decided that now was a really good time to hike the AT so after being reassured by my mother I decided it was a swell time to give it a try. I like home brewing, cooking, nature, and laughing.
Into the Whites: Part 2 That Bog It wasn't raining the next morning but I took my time packing, enjoying the sun I hadn't seen for two days.
Into the Whites We made breakfast in the hostels kitchen the next morning and readied our packs. I was very surprised when I weighed my
I decided to give myself a treat and slack-pack. After a delicious breakfast at the Red Hen, I was driven to the trail head. I hiked up and down
Stratton to Andover The Crocker's The floor I slept on in Stratton was in a screened in porch that mosquitoes had managed to get through so I
Monson to Stratton Zero at Shaws I wanted to move to Monson by the next day. For breakfast I got a burrito and a cookie at Pete's Place
The wilderness is real Beach number 2 The next morning I left the cute shelter built right next to a swimming hole to continue on my
Widerness part 1 Katahdin We drove up from PA to ME on the Fourth of July stopping at a hotel in Connecticut for the night and then in
Hello Maryland I didn't have an early start the next morning because I was distracted by waffles and figuring out how to pack Cheerios.
Hiking close to Nova The next morning I began walking the first few miles with a nice section hiker named Julie. I was really excited to see a
Into the Park Sarah and Scott made Waffles the next morning! Then after a slow start (I didn't want to leave!) they drove me back