On the trail I'm known as Lobo. I thru-hiked the AT in 2013, and I'm always up for new adventures!
The minute I found out my mom was sick, my life officially went on hold. The last several months were a difficult time that I am grateful to have
Midwesterners often flock to more mountainous or coastal regions in search of the ultimate hiking terrain. Although it’s described as “flat” we have
One of the most common questions I was asked before and during my thru-hike was, “What made you decide to hike the Appalachian Trail?” And just as
The one-year anniversary of completing my Appalachian Trail thru-hike is quickly approaching, so it feels like an appropriate time to reflect on what
Recently, my husband and I visited Grenada for our honeymoon. There were plenty of days spent on the beach, obviously, but you know we had to get a
You may already be familiar with trail magic. For those who aren’t, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy defines it as “an unexpected act of kindness”
It is no secret that thru-hikers smell bad. After living in the woods for some time, and especially once the warmer seasons arrive, we are all ripe.