My name is Jeremy, or Timber due to a lost bet--I fell first--and the irrefutable fact that I can make you a fire. I learned about the Appalachian Trail in my third year of military service and decided to start walking in 2013. I have since taken advantage of the get-paid-to-go-to-school military gig they call the Post 9/11 GI-Bill and have learned how to acquire a bachelor's degree. Time to get back to walking.
A new line is being drawn in the sand. One between stagnation and everything else. The reason I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail is returning as I
A paper mill employee finds himself stumbling into an adventure and a new perspective on life and work.
Apologies for being upfront. But Hitched Hike is no more.