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... days. Today, my challenge is the heat. I’m burning up with it. I even waste some water by pouring it over my head. And I’m still not interested in food. Julie is suffering, too. Her feet and lower back are giving her trouble. The thing about Julie is that she doesn’t whine about discomfort the way I do. She focuses on her feet to take her mind off her back, and then on her back to take her mind off her feet.
By the time we reach Lake ...
... Turns out that Julie has the right idea. As soon as we reach the streambed, Julie finds the real trail. We’d stumbled onto a moose trail by accident.
I let Julie stay in the lead after that.
A couple of hours later, I’m standing at the top of a long, steep hill. The trail is nothing but dirt and gravel. No roots, no rocks, nothing for my boots to grab onto. At least it has switchbacks, so I only have to go down it short distances at a time, ...