my trail name is woodchuck and will remain woodchuck because it was tattooed on the bicep of a man in Damascus. I hiked the AT sobo in 2016 and flipped around on the PCT in 2017. I'm currently living in Brooklyn and working toward becoming a certified trail guide. Come hike with me.
Ok let's start with some good news. Just two days ago, we crossed our first state line! That's right, we are officially in New Hampshire! Well,
At the summit of Katahdin! (aka the start of the SoBo AT) As I write this, I am snuggled up in a well-made bed with the loveliest quilted
I have been meaning to write a post for the past few weeks and should have done so sooner. You’ll quickly understand, though, that a major theme
The Appalachian Trail idea sparked my interest while ago. At that time, a thru-hike seemed more beautiful than challenging; more ethereal than
Gear lover discretion advised! I don’t consider myself among those who can talk for hours about a particular product or brand. Don’t get me wrong, I
Sure, I’ve written before. I’ve spent sleepless nights writing until my anxiety-fueled adrenaline turns into mental and physical exhaustion. I have