Hey y’all! Stubbs here! I’m a Marylander who likes beer (maybe a bit too much!), running, reading, traveling the World, and of course hiking! I will be making my second thru-hike attempt with my husband and best friend, after a pelvic fracture forced me off trail in 2016. I made it over halfway to Boiling Springs, PA and have every intention of conquering the trail in its entirety this time if the odds are in my favor! It’s go time!
The Omelette Guy We finished the climb to the summit of Mt. Cube, then made our way down towards Cape Moonshine Road. The Omelette Guy and
Sadness at Cloudland I woke up early to catch the sunrise. Unfortunately my phone died before the colors really started coming out in the
Stratton Mountain and Gloomy Weather It rained a little overnight and off and on throughout the next day which gave us the full blown "Vermud"
Dalton and Cheshire, MA We all slept pretty well at the Cookie Lady's place. Elmer Fudd, Bubba, Bobo, Frisbee, Gumby and I took turns mowing the
500th Mile and Mass on Sunday We left Jesse a thank you note for letting us stay at his place in Salisbury, gave Chance the dog some love, then
Destination: Pharmacy The antihistamines I took overnight helped prevent further swelling, but I still had a cankle. We passed by Shenandoah
New Jersey to New York and July 4th The next day was short, but we finally got to see some bears. After hearing about how many bears are in New
I'm Finally Back I'm back on the trail after 8 weeks recovering from a case of "granny bones" (I got a stress fracture in my lower right tibia).
I was super stoked! I've been stuck at home recovering for nearly 3 weeks now from my stress fracture, and I got out of the house to visit Frisbee
When you remove yourself from society and throw yourself in the wilderness for 6 months or so to attempt a thru hike, a lot goes out the window. This