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9 Nov 2016

My eyes cracked open as I scrambled to my phone to silence the alarm before it woke the others in the shelter. I had set the alarm for 4:30am so that...

29 Sep 2016

The second most question I receive, after "What do you eat on the trail,” is "Well, how do you get the food?" Most folks figure if you're on the Trail...

1 Sep 2016

Hiker hunger is a blessing and a curse. Sure, I can beat most eating challenges I come across, but gluttony has its downsides. While at home resting m...

26 Jul 2016

Everything was going so great … until it wasn’t. We had nearly made it to the VA/ WV boarder when my left foot started to hurt. It wasn’t much at firs...

15 Jun 2016

There are countless ways to stay entertained on the trail. You can take in the views. You can sing the song that has been stuck in your head all week...

25 May 2016

Currently we’ve traveled 861.7 miles into our journey from Georgia to Maine. It's mind-boggling to see the coverage that we have actually made from Go...

26 Apr 2016

The trail has led me to some gorgeous parts of this beautiful part of the country and many of them have been difficult to reach. Sure, there are a few...

5 Apr 2016

No matter how in shape you are when you start the trail you will be huffing and puffing at some point in the first week. Without fail someone will com...

18 Mar 2016

When hiking long distances every ounce counts. With advances in technology, gear weight is at an all time low and will continue to drop. When choosing...

9 Mar 2016

The percentage of Northbound thru hikers that quit within the first week is 25%, these hikers don't even make it out of Georgia. Another 25% don’t mak...

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