Nature-lover, spreadsheet warrior, and amateur yogi. I like books, giggle fits, and fried potatoes in any form. Embarking on an AT thru-hike adventure in March 2017. NOBO.
*disclaimer: if you don't appreciate openly discussing bodily functions, click away now. Also this post is long, intended to be funny, and a little
Hiking the AT in North Carolina is a roller coaster - literally. So many ups and downs. So many unnecessarily steep ups and downs. Basically, the
3 Nights in Gatlinburg When last we left off, the crew had just rolled into Gatlinburg for a much needed zero. We had hiked 3 days and 40-ish miles
(Except not really because it's rumored there'll be snow later this week, but anyway...) *also, sorry for the delay! I haven't had service in
Hello from North Carolina! This past week held a number of firsts and first milestones, but the outpouring of concern I got after my
Back when I was employed (omg that feels so long ago already!), on Mondays we compiled and shared notes about the upcoming week, in preparation for
I present below the coolest thru-hiking Instagrammers you never knew you needed in your life: Whether we be your friends, family, classmates,
With the NOBO AT season closing in, a lot of The Trek posts I've read lately echo what I've been feeling, basically: omg, this is really happening!
This is my plan. My plan may not work for you.* To each his/her own! Nutrition Eat lots of Ramen. Add things to it like veggies
I am thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail because: My mom and my grandmother both died from neurodegenerative diseases (ALS and Parkinsons,