Taking my AT SOBO trip one step at a time! Excited to be exercising my adventure muscles and practicing photosynthesis while following white blazes. Springer, I'm coming for ya!!!!
Every thru-hiker has heard of the Virginia Blues---that time when a NOBO has been walking for long enough that the "honeymoon" feeling is gone, and
To celebrate the first 1,000 miles under my belt, I decided to pick ten pictures---five showcasing the beauty of the trail and five showcasing the
There is a long-debated conversation between thru-hikers: Do you carry a stove? On one side, you get warm food, more food choices... on the other is
The Appalachian Trail has been full of surprises so far. I was super excited to hear from a NOBO that there was a plane crash just south of the
I started my SOBO AT trek on July 9. I read many blogs about the 100-Mile Wilderness and what to expect, but was still surprised. Here are some
My last day of work happened last Friday, and now I’m officially moved out of my apartment. My thru-hike doesn’t start for two more weeks. So now
Five years ago my family was set for a trip to the Smoky Mountains. We had a whole week planned to camp and hike and explore a new (to us) national