This is harder than I thought it would be. I have social anxiety disorder. I have epilepsy I have two sons and a daughter; they are amazingly cool. I have a nephew that has autism spectrum disorder, and he is The Sauce. One of my sisters has extensive frontal lobe brain injury from flipping her car seven times while drinking and driving. Don't drink and drive. In the last year and a half I have walked away from my marriage and my house, lost two cousins to drug overdoses, lost my mother suddenly, and then lost my father to pancreatic cancer. My dad helped me plan some of my thru hike while he was getting chemo; at the time we thought that I would be going on the PCT, but that quickly changed because of a popular book, a popular movie, and a water shortage. I am pretty lazy. I love Starbucks. I love Starbucks ALOT. I really want to do this. I am hiking with a dear friend of mine named Scott, he is an Army Veteren. He like cats, the outdoors and me; he also can't wait to live in a tent for six months. I can't wait to come up with a trail name for him.
We were sitting at the corner of the house laughing because mom was ranting about her usual nonsense, about our usual nonsense and dad was hiding..as
Losing Time What is it now, six weeks in? It's so hard to keep track of the time and the days when you are in these hills. Pennsylvania has been
The Albatross The Appalachian Albatross, or more commonly known to most people as a thru hiker, is a curious and spectacular creature. They come in
What has it been now, a week or so, since my last post; time slips by so easily when your alarm is a squeaky sleep pad and hiker midnight is 9:30pm.
Well, Scott and I have been on the trail for six days now and I have been spoiled by trail angels, figured out that eating Poptarts every morning
Read facts about the trip you want to take. Sleep. Read more stuff about the trip you want to take. Ignore anyone that says you should start