Thank you trail guests

Thank you trail guests

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What a wonderful and uplifting moment Saturday afternoon to cross into Massachusetts and meet my good friends. They had hiked up a mountain in the Berkshires to meet me in the rain!  Hello!  Then 4 more hiked with me yesterday. Thank you so much for that. I feel...

I don’t know what happened, but I am dreading climbing “The Stairway to Heaven” today. It’s the last challenge in New Jersey before I cross the border into New York, the 9th state. Only 5 more to go; and only 832 miles to go. It could be...
Fear is part of the experience, I guess

Fear is part of the experience, I guess

What a climb, what a day!  Listening to the severe weather forecast last night believing that today I was to do a challenging  hand over hand rock climb in the rain left me sleepless and afraid. So early this morning I dropped off most of my gear at a hiker hostel and...