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... had also kindly came over early from her home to say a goodbye.
So off we go to Nashville, the weather is rainy, misty and weird but it makes a nice relaxing drive through the hills and forest. Along the way, I fit a quick 10-20minute powernap in, and then pass the time by catching up on the blogging on the laptop. We stopped about an hour out from Nashville for fuel and to stretch our legs.
... in JR's suitcase. And, no matter how lightly I pack, I never fail to find someplace to shop and inevitably come back with at least a third more volume than I began with. For these three weeks, these are our 'homes.' Five shirts, two pairs of pants, one skirt, a smattering of unmentionables and 17 prescriptions and we are ready to ...
... to the car around 4:30 PM. We rested, dehydrated, ate, and then took off for the last four miles. Its amazing how much easier it is to hike without all that extra weight on your back. I think we finished out the final 4 miles in a hour. We had Mexican afterwards.
Day 1 States: 42,253 steps, 18.36 total miles, ~4,290 calories burned, and 192 flights of stairs ...
... did not exist. We got to camp around 5:30 PM and did not have time for a camp fire. My spoon had broken the night before, thanks Mitch, so I had to borrow one from Ryan. The three of us fit into the the three man tent nicely and without any major issues.
Day 1 States: 40,878 steps, 17.76 total miles, ~4,460 calories burned, and 179 flights of stairs ...
... hike. We stopped at Bear Creek Lake for our lunch but found it too windy and cold to stay too long. The water their didn't look very appetizing so we decided to move ahead and find water elsewhere. The perfect resting and water fill creek was found at mark #7 on the Hoosier Hiking Councils map. We saw many other creeks that entire day but not as nice as this one.