Chesuncook Lake House
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... the thick woods. We fantasized about the cheeseburgers, beers, and fried food feast we would have the following day. Once we arrived in Monson, we could tell that we had not missed too much the night before. The town was tiny, and the main drag had very little to offer. It was home to two hiker hostels, abandoned buildings, a recently closed general store, and a rumored population of 666. Green Thumb and I hitchhiked into town while Toosh waited for Hopper ...
... frogs. I've also had a couple mice run across my face while sleeping in shelters. It's ironic that between the mice and bugs, the bottom of the food chain is antagonizing me. I've met a fair amount of thru hikers, mostly southbounders. Met an interesting German named Johannes who is attempting to complete the trail before his 3-month travel visa ends. Also been on a similar cycle with Dave, a 33 year old from Ohio who "had been delivering pizzas for ...
... to me while camping a few years back. After hiking down a gravel road and over a bridge, i approached the entrance to the 100 mile wilderness. A torrential downpour began, and with the thick trees above combined with heavy clouds it was almost dark. I saw the infamous sign, which said something along the lines of "Caution: No town or resupply for the next 100 miles. Make sure you have at least 10 days food/supplies before ...
... heat warm inside of my jacket. I was fueled by adrenaline and fear of hypothermia. Phil says that hypothermia is more common in Maine during summer rather then winter, because people aren't as prepared for harsh weather. After climbing for a while the boulders got bigger and bigger. I stashed my trekking poles on my back and began climbing up the rock walls with my hands. Everything was slippery, so it made the climb even slower and more difficult. ...
This morning we left the campsite at 6:50 and paddled 2.3 miles to the locomotive and tram site. We spent a couple hours exploring the locomotives and hiking to the Chamberlain Lake end of the tram. It was a fun and educational morning. We returned to the campsite arriving at 10:15, packed up our tents, had breakfast, and we were on the water again at 11:30.
We paddled up Smith ...