This is Hayden, a.k.a. "LLC." I hiked from Amicalola through the Smokies on the AT in 2020 #coronavirus. Other than long walks through the woods, I enjoy books, pour-over coffee, and red ales. My special abilities include dancing to Selena Gomez, parallel parking, and having lots of opinions. This fall, I'll be attending law school at an undetermined location. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The following is the story behind my decision to leave the Appalachian Trail. I’ll post a more analytical, bullet-pointed list in the next few
I didn't write much week one, so I’ll give a brief summary. If you ask in the comments, I’ll expand on anything in a later post. Week one-ish in
One day in and most of my gear is somewhere on the spectrum of damp to dripping. We started out in the rain at Amicalola Falls in the late morning on
I consider myself a pretty smart guy. I read a lot of books, graduated college, and got into law school, but I honestly don’t know which way is up
How exact is your life? The Appalachian Trail is approximately 2,200 miles and takes five to six months. Approximately. When planning my
Why do you want to hike the Appalachian Trail? I'm starting the AT in a few days. While I planned, my father has asked me the aforementioned
Ladies and gentlemen, if you haven’t heard already, I, Hayden Cox, will be hiking the Appalachian Trail starting in the beginning of March