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... a farmer's market still continues and we were able to pick up fresh produce. Lots of shops line the square, and some members of our group found it necessary to sample ice-cream.
Special Note: Aunt Faye, thanks for the warning about hormonal fireflies.
Jaslyn, Kira and Zoe, thanks for being soooooo cute! Love seeing you on FaceTime.
... us are using, had the pages of his guide that showed the elevation profiles of the trail posted on a big board in the back of his booth at Trail Days. You could go in and post your name on an arrow-shaped sticky note wherever you got off the trail for the festival, and the largest grouping was definitely Pearisburg. So heading out of there, rather than being in some weird tiny bubble where we barely saw any other northbounders like we had been in recently, suddenly I was hiking with ...
We have a long list of things to do before our big trek this summer. Motorhome has had all its service work done. Need to install a few things for the Alaska trip like a CB radio. Not much cell phone reception along the AlCan highway. Almost 3,000 miles to get to the launch point of Anacortes, WA. ...
... in a mail drop from home, and between sending home the sleeping bag, my down jacket and other colder weather clothing, I dropped almost six pounds from my pack weight. I haven't weighed my pack since doing that, but I should be around 30 pounds now. I also ordered a new tent from Tarptent. I enjoy my hammock, and I think I'd be fine going the rest of the trail with it, but I had a few reasons for switching to a tent, and that one in particular: the main one is I'll ...
... A big highlight of the hike so far has been the wild ponies in the Grayson Highlands. I had just come off of Mt. Rogers (the highest point in Virginia) and was exhausted from the climb. I go to sit down in the shelter for lunch, and a wild pony just walks straight up to me and starts licking the salt off my arm! As I continued to hike through the Grayson Highlands they ...