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... we had to go there. It was pretty fancy, though small by NJ standards. What was really nice was the lovely dinner we had while sitting outside in 80 degree weather listening to a live band play a concert (apparently this mall hosts concerts! Mall of Georgia: 1, Rockaway: 0!).
To say the least it was a nice evening where we were reminded how nice warm weather is. And of course, what relaxation feels like. Tomorrow....we go to America's largest aquarium!!! Stay tuned!
I said goodbye to my parents and Jessie on Monday and started the Approach Trail to the AT. The Approach Trail was by no means easy. There was a lot of slushy snow, and to make things even more fun we climbed about 2,000 feet in elevation. It was all worth it once I got to the top of Springer Mountain. It was awesome to see the first white blaze and take the first steps of this 2,200 mile hike. I've met some really cool people out here so far. Mathew is from Alabama ...
... get the dang fire started with the wet wood. And Andy spent most of his time trying to keep LG happy, which just wasn't going to happen.
For our first trip, I think it was great. We had absolutely no issues with the RV itself, I just think the park wasn't exactly what we thought it was going to be. Because of that, we probably won't be back to Stone Mountain, but we'll definitely be using The Beast every chance we get.
Five days until I'm gone. Prep work still going on. Spent the god-knows how many umpteenth consecutive day going through gear. So far the pack is at about 1000 lbs, going to have to cut back. Can see myself in two weeks chunking god knows what off of a mountain. Been reading A Walk in the Woods...probably not the best book in the world to read right before you leave. Gives a really ...
... Lethbridge, Alberta. I couldn't believe I was going to be paid to leave the country. Sure, it was Canada. But, it was all new to me. I watched my spending (nickels, loonies, pesos) beyond what the company paid. But, as I stayed in decent hotels and had decent meals on the "company", my standards started to creep upward. I wasn't just satisfied surviving on Subway every meal when I was traveling on my own dime....and would even think about paying ...