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... as I had hoped for. I've had enough water and food and feel safe out here. I've met a lot of people and expect to meet more without feeling as if the trail is crowded. My body is getting tougher and more in shape and so far holding up to the challenge. But it's still not easy. Thru hiking is like a full time job. Most days I am literally walking more then 10 hours a day, and I only give myself a full day off every couple of weeks. Its in a lot of ways both mentally and ...
... fronted us out. "You guys are hiking the PCT and you're nervous about a steep side trail? You'll be fine guys." Robert had also mentioned the day before that the Acorn was our ticket. As soon as we started descending, the oldest man hiking in the world passed us going UP the Acorn. At that point we abandoned all concerns and headed down into Wrightwood. We came into town around 4 and quickly ran into friends at the local grocery store. Warning ...
... br> 1X North Face trekking t-shirt
4X White t-shirt
1X Gray t-shirt
... the "Black Forest". As I would sit and stare at the posters, I recall repetitively thinking, "I'm going there some day."
The Landlady - We were a young family when my parents decided to move us to the house in Anaheim. I must have only been six or seven years old and my sister three years my younger. My mother and father, themselves hardly in their early twenties, had worked hard at providing their children with a nicer place to live, other than ...
... a cocoon. One hand is placed on top of the trolley and is used for control issues - to keep you from rotating while going across the line. The other hand is placed on the lower line, behind your head, and is used as a braking mechanism by just putting pressure on the line. We had gloves, of course. New gloves - we were the first to use them - everyone else will have to use our nasty, already-sweated-in gloves from now on!
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