I couldn’t take the last step, and that’s OK

I couldn’t take the last step, and that’s OK

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Yesterday morning I was at the finish line, Mt Katahdin, hiking the last 5.2 miles of the Appalachian Trail.  Several hikers passed me coming back down from unsuccessful attempts at the summit. At the bolder field above the tree line,  I met a group of hikers huddled...
The Music Is Back

The Music Is Back

Somewhere in Pennsylvania I began to loose patience and with it the “magic” of living on the AT. I can point to many adversities: wet slippery boulders, gnats, boredom; but wherever it went, I couldn’t seem to get it back. But Vermont is too...