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Irma Affects Home, Crossing Into New Hampshire, Mile 1800

Irma Affects Home, Crossing Into New Hampshire, Mile 1800

  NOBOs and Tough Times Making (S)miles Northbound bubbles have been springing up everywhere as town hubs and shelters are continuing to fill with more than the weekend section hiker.

Sep 17, 2017 : Jeremy Gottschalk
Food Spotlight: Gopals Family of Organic Raw Products

Food Spotlight: Gopals Family of Organic Raw Products

  Stefan Knueppel the founder of GoPals health foods travelled to India and found spiritual inspiration. When Stefan came back to the States he realized his enlightenment needed sharing, soon

Jun 27, 2017 : Clayton Barker
Above and Below The Mason-Dixon Line

Above and Below The Mason-Dixon Line

7 Differences Between Starting with the Herd Halfway Vs Starting in Georgia Okay, technically I started my hike last spring a couple hundred miles below the Mason-Dixon line, at Rockfish Gap

Jun 16, 2017 : Katina (Arachne) Daanen
“What the Bejeeezus Should We Send You, Em?!”

“What the Bejeeezus Should We Send You, Em?!”

I've been asked this question more times than I have fingers(only 9 but who's counting?), so I figured it was time to blog about it. First off I'd like to...

May 17, 2017 : Emily Elizabeth
No One Could Believe This Amazing Trail Magic

No One Could Believe This Amazing Trail Magic

Fine Dining On the AT Mishap and Mother Goose order menu items at the Appalachian Pine Mixer while their server pours hot tea. No one would ever believe what happened...

May 7, 2017 : Jeremy Gottschalk
Go-to GORP Recipe

Go-to GORP Recipe

Most hikers and backpackers probably have their favorite trail mix which is some variety of GORP, or Good Old Raisins and Peanuts. While there are many commercial varieties available, I...

Apr 13, 2017 : John Edward Harris
First 5 Days of Food – Mexico to Warner Springs, CA

First 5 Days of Food – Mexico to Warner Springs, CA

Five days worth of food to get us from the border of Mexico to Warner Springs,

Apr 2, 2017 : Christina Rose
What’s in a Name? How They Earned Their Trail Names

What’s in a Name? How They Earned Their Trail Names

Many hikers earn unique trail names while hiking. These can be funny names; Bear for having a loud snore or hearty appetite. Others stick when a person does something quirky or...

Mar 20, 2017 : Jeremy Gottschalk
Five Final Thoughts Five Days Out from my Thru-hike

Five Final Thoughts Five Days Out from my Thru-hike

Awe yeah! Five days and I am so pumped! Southwest emailed me, "your trip is around the corner." I replied "oh you have no idea, Southwest!" Five years ago I...

Mar 3, 2017 : Alli Huggins
Food for Thought: Hiking Stoveless

Food for Thought: Hiking Stoveless

To some hikers, it’s the unthinkable! No warm meals? Not on the trail at least. It makes the long haul into town that much more gratifying! Some people dehydrate food...

Feb 14, 2017 : Stubbs