I’m an AT SOBO of ‘21 from Brooklyn. Also a registered architect in New York. Also also a proud Asian-American hoping to inspire more like me to come out here.
When I was researching, I only trusted the gear reviews from hikers who had finished the trail. I completed my SOBO thru-hike of the AT on
“Four quartors for a worsh” Keith said as I stood in the open doorway of the laundromat. I haven’t heard someone say “wash” that way
The radio static sputtered as I clicked the volume dial on. Like cracking a safe I tuned the frequency dial until I found a classic rock and roll
Pure dismay twists my face as I confront another sprawling puddle with no obvious rocks breaking the murky surface. A leap away, a fist-sized form
With the final member of last night’s shelter crew gone I began thinking about what I would do on my first trail zero. I recalled a fellow SOBO
Hello! My name is Shuping but most on the trail call me Mr. Clean (I’ll get to that later). I applied to be a blogger a week before my start date