Sage

Howdy, my name is Sage (pronoun indifferent) and I walk to the beat of my own drum. I found nature through healing and healing through nature, and I shared those discoveries with others through overnight wilderness trips across Northern New England for 5 years. As I continue on with my growth and experiences, it's time to enjoy nature the way I prefer to, slowly and intentionally; with and for my best friend. A seasoned hiker of a pure bred mutt.

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Slow and Steady on the Appalachian Trail

Slow and Steady on the Appalachian Trail

Day 0- 6.94 miles, 2,047’ elevation gain; Amicalola Fall State Park to Black Gap Shelter After grabbing my yellow bag tag, we dilly-dallied for a

Feb 28, 2024 : Sage
Well River, We’re Not In Maine Anymore.

Well River, We’re Not In Maine Anymore.

Travel From ME to GA, Days -2 to 0 Day -2 I picked up our rental car at the jetport in Portland and tossed my exquisitely packed pack in the

Feb 27, 2024 : Sage
First Thing Out the Window is Always the Plan

First Thing Out the Window is Always the Plan

Well crap, what's left to do? My pack is packed with cold-weather gear, dog gear, and six days of food for myself and River. I couldn't tell you

Feb 21, 2024 : Sage
Holy Moly Trail Food!

Holy Moly Trail Food!

Food and cooking have always been my thing, and being out in the backcountry is no exception to that. I'm not a trained chef, nor a nutritionist, or

Jan 14, 2024 : Sage
For the Gear Junkies, as Promised

For the Gear Junkies, as Promised

It's Not About How Much You Make, But What You Do With What You Make. As I make and compile four and a half months of food, which I'll post about

Dec 22, 2023 : Sage
32 & I Can’t Trust a Fart

32 & I Can’t Trust a Fart

Hello, my name is Sage (pronoun indifferent) and I am an individual who walks to the beat of my own drum. I have been labeled many things by society,

Dec 13, 2023 : Sage