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Typed up this post really quick, sorry if the grammar is off. I've fallen behind a bit because the one piece of technology I carry on the trail is failing me. Last one to Canada wins! The last week on the trail has been full of new challenges, mistakes and tired legs. Since getting back from kickoff I have been walking about 20 miles a day. The first day back on the trail was my first experience with weather so far. And the ...
... including the Appalachian Trail (twice), The Long Trail, and the John Muir Trail. We filtered water from a horse trough and pressed on to a windy yet beautiful valley. We watched the sun set, and immediately the wind turned incredibly chill. I feel I have a slight fever, but I think it's from the altitude. This is probably the highest I have ever been. (Mount Laguna is 6,000 ft.) We descend a good 2,000 ft. tomorrow, so I am hoping for the best! Either way this trail is a ...
Miles Today 192 Total 11, 244
Left Bishop when it was hot and for 140 miles of the total travelled it got hotter & hotter up to, I was told, 104 F. I received some strange looks in a service station taking my t shirt off, soaking it in cold water in the sink then struggling to put it on. Don't care, it felt goooood !The roads were long, straight and through desert plains with mountains in the distance on both sides. ...
... and pink.
Mom and Dad welcomed us home with hugs and kisses. Mom made the food she knew that I missed like beans (her way), guacamole, nachos, and lots of fresh fruit. I gave Dad his Father's Day gift which was a book containing Time Magazine's most world changing photographs. I also brought home Dad's old Pentax camera. I'd had it for a while because I'd wanted to learn how to use it but never found the time to ...
... near the start of the desert, just before the small oil-mining township of Cuyama.
The drive was really scenic, with amazing desert and mountain ranges surrounding us - a big change from the sea and cliffs of the coast. We passed many oil rigs, orange orchards as well as of course a lot of rocky and sandy desert.
Our next stop was a bit later at somewhere called Arvin. Arvin is a small town with not a lot appealing about it, where we picked up some wood to level ...