Born and raised in the hills of Connecticut, I fell in love with hiking after summiting Mt. Washington during college. Since graduating, I’ve lived in Southeast Alaska and various national parks out West. I love making theatre, asking big questions, and telling stories. You can also check out more of my AT ramblings at: blistersbeforemisters.wordpress.com
guide on their website is helpful in figuring out the differences between each and what you might use them for. The S1 is meant for someone
“They don’t let on, but I assume they think we are crazy.” This is what James Clare tells me when I ask how his friends and family are taking the
Stacey “Iron Will” Kozel, the legendary quadriplegic 2016 AT thru-hiker tells her story.
A review of "Hiking Through History: Civil War Sites on the Appalachian Trail".
A review of Larry Anderson's biography "Benton MacKaye: Conservationist, Planner and Creator of the Appalachian Trail".
Kaiha “Wild Card Ninja” Bertollini plans to break Heather "Anish" Anderson's self-supported thru hike, while also promoting a message of hope and solidarity for survivors of trauma.
A brief overview on the man who turned Benton MacKaye's vision into a reality.
I've decided to leave the AT at Harpers Ferry, here's me processing that.
When you're alone in the woods, sometimes you talk to yourself. And sometimes talking to yourself turns into talking to your ex boyfriend.
My hiking partner and I realize that to "hike our own hike" we need to split up.