Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Shreveport West
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I have seen some other people on blogs post some commonly used phrases on the trail. So, I figured I would do that now so those of you reading this would have some idea of what I am talking about.
AT: An acronym for the Appalachian Trail
NoBo: This refers to a hiker that is hiking north from Georgia to Maine
SoBo: This refers to a hiker that is hiking south from Maine to Georgia
Drove over to the Riverfront in Shreveport and checked it out. Really nice area. Four or five casinos. Went and ate lunch at Bodacious Bar-B-Q in Bossier City. It was awesome. We had pulled pork sandwiches and peach cobble!
Went back to Louisiana Downs to catch some horse races, but they were already over. They have quarter horse racing in the winter.
Tomorrow we are heading ...
... in Monroe, La. At Duck Commander again. Angie met one of the Robertson family but didn't know who he was. She took a pic with him anyway. She asked the guy at the checkout who he was. He told her he was a cousin of Corey, Willie's wife. She was excited anyway.
We then went and ate at the new restaurant, Willie's Duck Diner. Paid 10 bucks for Angie's bologna sandwich. I had another roster beef Po Boy. With fried okra.
Tomorrow we will check out ...
... everything out. I should also mention, if anyone has any questions about the trail you can reach me at email@example.com Whether you want a detailed list of the gear I am taking or you want to send me an email just because I'd love to hear from you!
I had the opportunity to meet with a former 2013 thru hiker Josh 'Jericho' Garmon. It was nice to pick ...
"Why in the world would you ever want to hike in the cold, freezing rain, and snow across 2,200 miles of the east coast?" That's the question I have been asked most frequently since deciding to hike the entire Appalachian Trail (AT for short). For those of you that don't know what the AT is, it is a footpath that goes from Springer Mountain in Georgia, through 14 states, then ending on Mount Katahdin in ...