"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived" -Thoreau, AT 2015, PCT 2016
The journey is complete! On day 150 of our 2015 Appalachian Trail thru hike, Stink Jacket, John Redcorn and I reached Katahdin, the northern terminus
(FYI: I wasn't able to post this blog sooner due to lack of wifi, but I'm actually in Maine right now with 1970 miles completed and 220 remaining.
Greetings from Rutland, Vermont! After six days in the woods I've temporarily escaped the green tunnel for some rest at a hostel in Vermont. The
I finally have a few minutes to update how things are going on the AT. I recently crossed into Connecticut on Tuesday the 10th of 14 states! I was
View from the office today! After 15 straight days averaging 18 to 20 miles I made it to Harpers Ferry, WV as hoped, to celebrate my birthday.
After a much needed week off from hiking, I spent the last six days making up some miles cruising through Virginia. 861 miles on the AT brings me
After 52 days on the trail I'm taking a much anticipated vacation from the trail. As my original goal to get to Harpers Ferry, WV by this weekend was
Wow, it's been awhile since I've had a chance to post an update. Sprint does not seem to work at all in Virginia, thanks to shaky wifi at the classy
Today marks the end of my first month on the Appalachian Trail and is my first opportunity to post an update from my tent. Since my last post
This update comes from beautiful Erwin, TN. In the past week we have past a few AT milestones; completed the Smoky Mountain National Park, past the