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... oportion of it) that I drove in the summer after my divorce, in the midst of my grief and budding anger. And as before, I slipped again into a holy suspended space between all those blue hills, this time facing the new rootlessness of my life with a sense of delight in the unknown. Thought I'd share a little bit with you ...
TrekPouch Review Over the past few weeks, I have used the TrekPouch during my thru hike. From my lighter, compass, headlamp, and snacks - the TrekPouch comes in handy by keeping all the essential gear at hands reach. Heading out the other week for a slack-pack, they came in very useful. I stuffed a few snacks in the first TrekPouch. In the other TrekPouch, my headlamp, lighter, compass, and knife. ...
... caught me - at least the clouds did not dump down their full potential on me! I was dry and happy. A few of the guys that stayed at this shelter today, had decided to make the 26 mile hike into Damascus, stating at 5pm. I decided to join them, making my day a 32 miler! Before we left, Boomerang showed up, she got tired of sitting around at the last shelter. She also decided to sit this 26 mile night hike out. The first 7.6 ...
... Carolina. During the afternoon we stopped at Doughton Park for tea from our newly bought flask. We made it to Boone this evening without spending a cent.
Our motel tonight is only $50.. our cheapest night in the states so far. Probably considered 'run down' compared to most places here, but its still a nicer more equipped room than all the places we stayed at in South America, so no complaints.
A great drive today. All good so far!
Today we spent most of the day travelling south to Blountville, just over the border into Tennessee. The journey through the Appalachian Mountains was very picturesque and the landscape reminded us of travelling up the Pacific Highway towards Port Macquarie.The roads here are amazing with at least two lanes, if not three, each way even in country areas of the state.
We stopped at a rest area for ...
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