Hiccups

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.

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Adjusting Back Into Hiking Solo on the PCT

Adjusting Back Into Hiking Solo on the PCT

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.

Jul 19, 2021 : Hiccups
Trail Trauma and Trials

Trail Trauma and Trials

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

Jul 3, 2021 : Hiccups
Starting the PCT “Aggressively”

Starting the PCT “Aggressively”

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

Apr 30, 2021 : Hiccups
Comfortably Uncomfortable: The Search to Feel at Home

Comfortably Uncomfortable: The Search to Feel at Home

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.

Jan 30, 2021 : Hiccups