I'm a nearly 22 year old Oklahoma native, and I'm a full time recycle worker doing my part to save this beautiful blue dot we call Earth. But as of April 2015 I'll be a full time adventurer experiencing all the Appalachian Trail has to offer! Never ever been thru-hiking before, ain't that a pip? I decided to hike the AT after getting my Associate's Degree in basically an undecided major, and landing a great job that let me save up to do so. I'm hoping that all this time away from "normal" life will give me a chance to reflect and let me realize my calling! My trail name is Grey Wolf.
Where did I leave off? So much has happened since my last update! Hadyn and I stopped in Robbinsville for what was supposed to just be a quick
Day 7) 4/26/15 Setting my alarm for 7:30 pm was a rookie mistake. Luckily, Hadyn woke up with the sun (newly learned trail habit) and we decided to
Day 1) 4/20/15 The drive down involved a lot of sign games, Long John Silvers, 80's music, and laughs. But finally getting here felt unreal! We
"The mountains are calling, and I must go.." ~John Muir (1839-1914) Yeah that's all good and well John. But seriously, why do hundreds of people