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... with bright oranges, yellows and reds! The road runs along the crest and there are plenty of pull-outs that probably provide great views, but low clouds kept us from seeing much. Wildlife we saw: turtles and otters in Otter Lake, deer, and a snake named Carl. (Snake's name courtesy of Forest Ranger.)
Many homes and buildings are made of red brick with white ...
... the shelter and hung out with Sota Sam, who I had been hiking around the past few days, but the others never showed. The next section of trail included big climbs up several mountains, a feature called the Dragon's Tooth, and five viewpoints within as many miles. Therefore, it rained, as is typical and expected for that type of terrain. The past several days had been beautiful, and even a bit too hot, so I would have even enjoyed the cooler temperatures and the rain if not for ...
We have a long list of things to do before our big trek this summer. Motorhome has had all its service work done. Need to install a few things for the Alaska trip like a CB radio. Not much cell phone reception along the AlCan highway. Almost 3,000 miles to get to the launch point of Anacortes, WA. ...
... in places without trees for hammocking like inside the Grand Canyon, even if I choose to stick with the hammock for the AT I won't regret the purchase.
Before we get back on the trail, there's some fun to be had: Trail Days is this weekend. I mentioned it on this blog before, but Trail Days is the largest Appalachian Trail festival and is held in Damascus, VA, every year. There are a ton of gear vendors and reps there, raffles and giveaways, free meals, a ...
Before leaving Damascus Stealth and I thought it would be pretty cool to have a cookout at the hostel we were staying at. So, we went about telling a couple hikers and next thing we know every hiker in town was planning on coming to the cookout. We had a great time grilling, and telling stories from the trail. We affectionately termed the gathering the "Hiker Trash Bash". ...