Hi! I love the outdoors, hiking, skiing, scuba diving - you name it. I just completed my time in the Marine Corps and will begin a new challenge: SOBO thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail with my pup Arry.
Day 17: 9.9 Miles Today was a lazy morning. Resting in a hotel on a mattress was luxurious. You'd have thought that with a king bed, bigger than my
Day 15: 11.9 Miles We made it to Rainbow Springs Campsite. It is refreshing just sitting with my feet in the cold water. There are few mosquitoes
Day 13: 16.1 Miles We made our timehack. By several hours. Then we proceeded to be eaten alive while we waited. And now I am holed up in my tent,
Day 11. 9.9 Miles It rained off and on all night. I woke up at 4:30 a.m., and decided to get a head start on the day. The forecast I have a
Day Nine: 10.4 Miles We entered the 100-Mile Wilderness. Welcome to the 100-Mile Wilderness. It was a lazy morning. I woke up at the normal
Day Six: 13.1 Miles Even though we've been hiking for almost a week, today was a day of firsts. First (and second!) snake we've seen, first campfire
Day Four: Ten Miles I'm trying really hard to relax and enjoy the small things. I think being able to just talk with Mr. Gopher yesterday was
Day 2. We let the sun awake long before we got up. Sometime during the night it rained, and about 3am Arry decided she needed to share my sleeping
Semper gumby. The art of being flexible. Katahdin is closed. Still. It will be until June 15th at the earliest. For those of you who knew my original
Hiking is always better when you don't follow timelines - they're more like guidelines anyways. Arry and I on Profile Peak along the Art Loeb Trail as we prepare for our thru-hike.