Mt Gardner Inn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... dry and warm enough to dry my tent out completely. Thankfully no rain. SpeakerBox, Mosey, Swampwater, Catwater, TrailBride and Copenhagen showed up eventually too for the bus ride, along with other non PCT hikers. Stehekin is the last stop, the last resupply. I am 80 miles from Canada and 88 miles from finishing. Four more days on the trail. I plan to leave back for the trail Saturday ...
... Especially when it is incessant. But we have been pushing on. We have made it too far to simply quit. If anything, it had made me angry to the point of cranking out miles like a mad man. Quite honestly, i just wanna be done and get it over with. Regrettably, I think I may have overdone it these past few days. Aside from having ****** weather, the terrain is one of the hardest to hike thru. All day, up and down, with ...
Wednesday, September 16, 2015. PCT day 149. Miles 2506.20-2532.67. (26.4 miles) Today was tough. With two big climbs for a total of 8600 feet of climbing and 9000 feet of descent in 26 miles, I definitely had my work cut out for me. The best part of today was that it was sunny most of the day. Thank you God. The sunshine on my face felt so good. The clouds did return by 3ish however. But at least it didn't rain. ...
... thankfully allowed me to dry my tent and sleeping bag. It also allowed better views of the mountains. The trail circumnavigates Glacier Peak on the west side. Unfortunately, the peak was shrouded in clouds all day. There were, however, other glaciated peaks in the vicinity that were not clouded. I was going relatively fast today, despite the 6500 feet of climbing, that I had already done 25 miles by 5pm. It was to early to stop hiking so I kept ...
... it in all its glory! We stopped at some of the scenic overlooks to take pictures, and at one of the overlooks we met an older guy riding an early 80's GL1100 Goldwing. We talked bikes and riding for a while. He and his wife had been riding for years, and he thought that if his GL11 ever wore out, he would like a GL1800 like mine.
We went inside the Visitors Center and took a few pictures. They were supposed to be showing a ...