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The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 18

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 18

Last Day in the 100 Mile Wilderness There was a beautiful sunrise over Jo-Mary Lake before I got my day started. We planned on hiking to 22 miles, so I...

Oct 15, 2017 : Stubbs
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 17

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 17

The 100 Mile Wilderness We enjoyed an extremely delicious breakfast at Shaw's Hiker Hostel in Monson, ME. Some of us were on a schedule to summit, but I think I...

Oct 4, 2017 : Stubbs
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 16

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 16

Hobbling Around Maine There was a Junco with a defective leg that would hop around the Little Bigelow Lean-to which I kept feeding. I guess it's just the old lady...

Sep 30, 2017 : Stubbs
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 15

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 15

Bemis Mountain It was a freezing morning breaking down camp at Unnamed Gap. I was less than thrilled that the dull pain in my right leg that I had been...

Sep 26, 2017 : Stubbs
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 14

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 14

Last Dance in Gorham We hitched back to Gorham to resupply and ended up back at Mr. Pizza for beer. The solar eclipse had everyone worked up according to the...

Sep 3, 2017 : Stubbs
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 13

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 13

Many Views and Land O' Lakes The Whites continue to impress! After scoring some trail magic at Crawford Notch, we were stunned by Webster Cliffs' many views. We climbed Mt....

Aug 29, 2017 : Stubbs
Happy Trials and Keep on Trekking

Happy Trials and Keep on Trekking

I didn’t have to be badgered into applying to be a writer for The Trek (back then it was still Appalachian Trials). Zack officially welcomed me aboard a little over a year...

Aug 24, 2017 : John Edward Harris
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 12

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 12

The Omelette Guy We finished the climb to the summit of Mt. Cube, then made our way down towards Cape Moonshine Road. The Omelette Guy and his dog, Lips, were not...

Aug 18, 2017 : Stubbs
3MPH: Why We’re Filming A Documentary on the CDT

3MPH: Why We’re Filming A Documentary on the CDT

The Continental Divide Trail is the least developed and most remote of the US long trails. It sretches about 3000 miles between Canada and Mexico and is situated within 50 miles...

Aug 16, 2017 : Mary Beth Skylis
The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 10

The Dirt on the Trail: Chapter 10

Stratton Mountain and Gloomy Weather It rained a little overnight and off and on throughout the next day which gave us the full blown "Vermud" experience that we've all heard...

Aug 6, 2017 : Stubbs