Ucla Lake Arrowhead Conference Center
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Sunday, May 10, 2015. PCT day 21 After two zero days spent with family in the Los Angeles area, eating a ton and sitting much, I got back on the trail where I left off at mile 342. My cousin Cathy dropped me off and after a big breakfast at McDonalds and goodbyes, I marched on. There is no water for the next 27 miles and with a 5500 foot climb for today, I made sure to pack 6 liters. The trail did climb steeply in sections. Yet I felt it was relatively gradual over 22 miles, which ...
... went and the place started to empty out to just those planning on camping. I ended up getting naked and having some nice conversation with strangers in the hot spring. Hot springs always lead to good conversations. As the sun began to disappear it was just hikers in the tub. We talked about people we met, And places we had seen. A lot of us had hiked in appalachia as well so we compared the east coast to the west coast. A bald guys with a long beard came up and said he had done ...
... as though there was free money being given away!
We drove around the park, saw a site we liked that was open (for now, anyhow), and went up to the office, where they were busier than one-armed paper-hangers, to sweetly ask if we might be able to move. They had to get into their computer to see if any of ...
This morning we got up around 7am and went downstairs, Mike already had coffee made. I had just ½ cup with Raisin Bread and Dave just had 1 cup. Mike and Dave left for an Indian Casino around 8:30am. I read a book that was written by a friend of Mike about Miracles. Jenny got up a little later and we looked at patterns of wedding dresses for Kathryn who is getting married in Jan. 2013.
Mary, My ...
... lot to be grateful for and being with all of these different people reminded me how full my life is. Hopefully by next month I will have more to fill you in on my post-grad plans. As of now I am still waiting on grad school admissions and trying to wait patiently in the mean time.
By the way, I hope that Easter is time of love and peace in your lives even if you do not celebrate it necessarily.
Take care everyone!!!