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... was still there, but not as bad as yesterday. On a scale of 1-10, it was 1 this morning while walking. Yesterday it was a 5. I was definitely grunting yesterday while walking and angry. I think the anger got my adrenaline up and let me bear the pain more. I arrived at the bust stop 2.5 hours before the bus. That gave me time to dry out my tent. The sun was playing peekaboo and the ...
... relationship with Washington. I love it when its sunny and hate it when it rains and or cloudy. Since its been sunny only about 5 days since I've been here and the rest of the days cloudy, rainy, and or snowy, I've been hating this state most of the time since hiking thru it. Interesting thing is that the majority of thru-hikers, I've talked to about this, feel the same. Call us negative, but this cold rain wears on ...
... not yet. The views were beautiful today. Glacier Peak looked very impressive with its huge glaciers. The trail was definitely crowded today, and that was good. The trail was getting lonely. The folks i saw today where, SpeakerBox, Mosey, Swampwater, Vince, Puff Puff, Trail Bride and Copenhagen. The campsite today is crowded with 6 of us here. Everyone is asleep by 8:30. On that note, goodnight. Only 126 miles to ...
Tuesday, September 15, 2015. PCT day 148. Miles 2477.70-2506.20. (28.5 miles) I was awoken overnight by snow showers. Whoa!! I thought. I am so happy Vanessa sent me my tent. Otherwise I would have had a miserable night under my tarp. By morning, I saw that it was about an inch of snow accumulation, probably more in the higher elevations. I was up by 5:15 and hiking by 6:45. My goal was 25 miles. The mornings snow showers eventually gave way to intermittent ...
... that in that area, there were lots of apple orchards, and a few cherry orchards. They were obviously irrigated, as they were these bright green oases of apple trees among the yellow straw and sagebrush. It was very strange.
Once we finally reached WA-20W the scenery dramatically improved. This is the beginning of the Cascades National Park Northern Byway and follows the Methow River all the way to our hotel. Once we crossed ...