I'm the mother of a 25-year-old 2014 NOBO woman, and I'm trying to contribute meaningfully to her hiking experience via yummy food. I have written award-winning cookbooks but ALL of them require the use of a full kitchen. So this is a new experience for me. Invite your moms (and dads) to join me and let's share recipes and experiences!
This is part two of a two-part series. Read post from yesterday). Now it’s time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. Pack away all of those Ziplocs.
Thanksgiving means a four-day weekend for many of us, a chance to do 50 miles of the Trail that we haven’t done before, or a section we HAVE done
I started my love affair with dehydrating a little late for the 2014 hikers. I don’t know why I resisted, I guess I thought dehydrated food =
My daughter left two days ago for Atlanta, to solo NOBO starting today, a day of transition. Very excited, very proud, very supportive and very happy
In addition to being the mom of a 2014 thru-hiker, I’m a registered nurse and EMT. So I have given Sarah’s first aid kit a lot of thought. The
Imagine a crisp morning with only 10 or 12 miles to hike that day and the idea of a sumptuous breakfast of pancakes enters your mind. You've got the
Moms nurture. It's what we do. When my daughter Sarah said she was going to thru-hike the trail... ok, I was scared. Now I am not. I am energized