Hiya! The trail name is hiccups. If you were wondering...yes, I do get hiccups every day, every hour if you'd believe it. I am a former thru-hiker: AT Class of 2018, and a future thru-hiker: PCT Class of 2021. I have spent the last three years digging myself out of debt, preparing for the next thru-hike, and checking career milestones off the list for my future dream job of being a Director of Education in a National or State Park. Words cannot express how long I have waited to be dirty and sore every day again.
Fear mongering at its finest One of the biggest obstacles to maneuver isn't something you'd first think of. Fear mongering is a huge problem in the
Hiker parties are the best parties! Acton KOA is a quint little campground in the middle of no where, but boyy is it a vortex (a place that never
Waking up in a cloud it sounds all hunky-dory, except it's not. Everybody cowboy camps, everybody... and they all want to tell you just how great it
Excuse my caps but I still to this day cannot handle the fact that my first day on trail being single again, I listen to a story that is in fact my story. Summarized as girl and boy meet, fall in love, hike, hike some more, then boy leaves. Devastated! I could do nothing else but hike and cry aggressively.
I Flirted with the idea of getting off Trail. But boy do I feel rejected. Hi! It's me Hiccups, I've landed myself back in the solo female hiker
Miles 0-54 Day One Make sure it's cold, wet, and raining! I woke up on April 22, at 4:22 at base camp near the Southern Terminus (the start of
The who's, the what's, and the why's of another long walk. Why I would choose to spend another hiking season carrying my home, heart, and pack for 2,600 more miles.