Made the 2000 mile marker Stratton Maine

Made the 2000 mile marker Stratton Maine

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Wow what a surprise to come to the 2000 mile mark, “only” 189 miles to go. It’s like when you wake up to your 60th or 70th birthday and wonder “how did this happen”?  I’m trying to appreciate the last 2 weeks of living in...
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...
On The Road Again!

On The Road Again!

What a difference a vacation can make.  I took a week off to come home, catch up on sleep ond soak my feet in the ocean water. Woke up this morning ready to return to North Adams MA and finish those last 600 miles. I really miss the wilderness with its quiet and...