My name is Oliver Hudgins. Georgia Native who, when asked if he likes sports, doesn't say football. I say my sports are extreme. Mountain Biking, Fishing, Kayaking, Hunting, etc. Anything that will separate me from artificial lighting and synergistic revenue triangle graphs.
Forgive any misspellings or gramatical errors. Day 44 Kind of bummed around camp until noon today. Having phone signal at camp made it easy.
Day 35 Why is it that I am not surprised, when the white girl with dreadlocks asks me my favorite color followed by my zodiac sign? She is
Day 31 Did 14 miles out of damascus to Lone mountain shelter. Started out around 9:45 from town after a massive breakfast at MoJoes right on the
Zero Day Consumed many calories Enough said mountain magnolia inn was amazing Day 19 5.3 miles in 2 hours 45 minutes Sitting
Forgive any misspellings or gramatical errors, being on a phone and limited wifi precludes extensive editing. Day 10 Took a zero day today. My
Day 810.3 miles in 5 hours.(sample pace) From NOC to Locust Cove Gap. "These are the days that build character," is what a guy in the
Just passed the 100 mile mark. The climb up Albert Mountain is a doosey, but absolutely worth it. The tower itself was locked, but I went as high as
Day 4 16.7 mile day From dicks creek gap to Standing Indian shelter. My biggest day yet. When you look out over a vista and and what you think
Weather is so fickle. I hoofed it up to Trey mountain shelter expecting a downpour overnight. Waking up to no rain was the greatest birthday gift of
Just past trey gap, and will hopefully get to the shelter before the rain kicks in. This section of Georiga just challenges people to quit. That