appalachian trail thru hike
It's hard to believe I leave for Georgia in six weeks.
This post details why I chose to go with a hammock over a tent and will address some of the drawbacks of my choice. If you're interested in using a...
All these things are just as integral to getting me to Katahdin as my pack or my hammock. Each piece will have its part to play.
A story of my first backpacking trip and what I can take away from it for my thru hike.
A trip report from my recent shakedown hike on the Appalachian Trail from Neels Gap to Fontana Dam.
Hike for Mental Health is a wonderful organization that I have partnered with because I believe in their mission and I trust their ethics.
So here it is, in all its scope and glory, my attempt to tell you, the world, and I guess really myself, why I’m hiking the Appalachian Trail:
This article is for anyone who didn’t make it. Not to the final mile on Katahdin or Springer, but to mile zero to start such a sought-after journey.
I’ve been on the grid, but unplugged for the past 2.5 months. In December, I had to step away from the Appalachian Trail and pause my thru-hike due to circumstances...
"Started From The Bottom, Now We're Here" - Drake After four months and three weeks of hiking, The Sauce and I arrived to the final state line of our journey---New...