Paul Bronco Fuzinski

My name is Paul "Bronco" Fuzinski, Appalachian Trail 2015 Thru-Hiker turned environmentalist and blogger. Besides having an obvious passion for backpacking, I also enjoy traveling, writing music, making travel videos, cycling, paddle sports, strength training, eating (excessively) and being weird.

Posts

Fire: Human Heritage, Survival, and Hanging Out

Fire: Human Heritage, Survival, and Hanging Out

According to Danger Zone of course. Somewhere, there is some form of combustion taking place to create the energy that powers that light bulb

Mar 16, 2017 : Paul Bronco Fuzinski
The Hardest Part Is Coming Home

The Hardest Part Is Coming Home

In the cold early Maine morning Luna and I climbed into the car surrounded by the mountains that had been our home for nearly six months. It didn’t

Mar 9, 2017 : Paul Bronco Fuzinski
Thru Hiking, The Embodiment of Minimalism.

Thru Hiking, The Embodiment of Minimalism.

For me long distance backpacking is synonymous with minimalism, an escape from both mental and physical clutter. When you step out onto the trail

Mar 2, 2017 : Paul Bronco Fuzinski
Hints for Planning, Prepping, and Resupplying Food on the AT

Hints for Planning, Prepping, and Resupplying Food on the AT

Christening the Poptart Food is the fuel that keeps your hiking machine running and prevents you from cannibalizing your trail family. Nobody

Feb 16, 2017 : Paul Bronco Fuzinski
Better Late Than Never: Starting a NOBO Thru-Hike in May

Better Late Than Never: Starting a NOBO Thru-Hike in May

Everything my fiancé Luna and I had read prior to setting out on the Appalachian Trail told us that we should start a northbound hike from anywhere

Feb 2, 2017 : Paul Bronco Fuzinski