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 Katahdin on September 28th. I can smell the barn door and it smells mighty sweet.
Back on the trail. Smelling the barn door.
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