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Tuesday, September 1st, 2015. PCT day 135. Miles 2216.22-2226. (10 mile day) Since i only planned for a 10 mile day into Trout Lake for resupply/nero, i slept in until 6am and was out by 7:45. The days are definitely getting noticeably shorter. The morning was cool and damp. I was happy my bag was dry and since it didn't rain last night, my tarp was not any more wet. It was still cloudy. I will have to admit that four days without sunshine ...
... fire, the whole town lost power. Apparently a transformer blew up and caused the fire or vice versa. It was nice to sleep in on Friday. Heck I even took a mid day nap. As usual, I did the usual other zero day chores. I arrived at trail days event by 3pm and stayed until 8ish. By default, I had to check out the vendor booths. I did see many thru hikers i hadn't seen in forever. It was good to see everyone and hang out with ...
After visiting with our good friend, Karen Tangle, (who helped us get financing for our coach 4 years ago) in Eugene and our dear friends Vince and Bobbi and their two children outside of Portland, we headed up the Columbia River Gorge towards our next ...
... them and skip the tip even if you get where you want to go.
Now that my boys are old enough to dress themselves and to roll their eyes at my astounding array of ineptitudes, I am left with very little to do except worry and drive them around to wherever they direct me. I am a mouth that spills platitudes. A shopping cart that fails, again and again, to remember that orange juice with pulp is too disgusting to drink. When I wake up in the ...
... Canada. The trail avoids civilization and winds through national forests and protected wilderness areas in the high elevations. We walked on the trail for awhile to say we did. We first were made aware of the PCT after reading Cheryl Strayed's fascinating book. Wild, about her experiences hiking the long distance trail.