Back on the trail. Smelling the barn door.

Back on the trail. Smelling the barn door.

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After a wonderful and relaxing 10 days off, I’m back in Rangeley Maine ready to start the final push to Mt Katahdin.  220 miles promising to be the most beautiful of the AT.  This week should finish in the 100 mile wilderness and then set me up to summit...
298 miles to go!

298 miles to go!

“Who was that masked man.”  A great Line out of one of my favorite cowboy series. And so that’s how I feel today as I’ve finished with the Great White Mountains and sit here in Gorham eating breakfast.”  “Who was that 80 mile...