After completing the Appalachian Trail, Sara "Stretch" is trying to figure out what to do with her life. Want to hire her? Great please get in touch. In the meantime, she will be hiking, recovering from hiking, doing yoga and possibly getting her yoga instructors certification.
Starting June 13 Day 60: 7.6 mi (869.3) I had a great time at Hiker Fest in Waynesboro. Somehow I've been hitting a lot of good events lately.
Starting June 5 Day 51: 0 mi (727.8) I was very easily convinced to zero and my body definitely needed it. I shared a room with Fox and the
Starting May 29 Day 45: 18 mi (641.8) I had a wonderful breakfast at Wood's Hole and hiked my way into Pearisburg. Thanks to Kyley I was
Starting May 21 Day 37: 11.7 mi (481) Meatstick and I made it out of Damascus after laundry and resupply with help of the trail angel Pooh
May 12 Day 28: 8.4 Mostly hung around uncle Johnny's getting things done and drying out wet gear. Made it back on trail to a campsite and had a
Holy hell its been almost a month on the trail. 342.2 miles in May 3 Day 19: 10.4 Today we left Gatlinburg and made our way back into the
April 24 - May 1 Day 10: 7.9 mi I'm disappointed today since the guys are staying in Franklin again. Krusty and Musty needed the break for
Disclaimer: Top of Georgia donated a free night to me for the purpose of the review. Cost: $20 pp per night with options to add on for meals,
April 15 Day 1: 16.8 miles. The first day I felt good so I hiked far. I got very gently peer pressured to hike more. Not much happened the
I am less than a month from my departure date and I need to seriously start to amp up my mental preparations. It's hard to get to the woods, so