First Two Weeks on the PCT

They say the first two weeks of any thru-hike is the hardest. You’re getting your hiker legs, figuring out gear, packing way too much food and water, and trying to learn all the other necessary skills to survive the hike, like social dynamics and how to not look homeless to get a hitch. The first two weeks and 200 miles have taught me so much about myself and this world.

Here is my journey:




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