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... South Lake Tahoe for the next few nights for some rock climbing, then heading North to a place called Cascade Locks in the border of Oregon and Washington to jump back on to the trail for a final 2 to 3 weeks stretch.
I'm feeling strong and healthy. I'm having an amazing time and super excited for my next few weeks.
Photos for this post and my last one are now up so have a look!
Great hearing from you all, hope everyone back home is doing well.
... to try make it to Sierra City in time for some trail work I'm volunteering for, but I have plans to meet him in Vancouver after the trail. A few days hiking has seen me turn up in Sierra city with 2 other hikers - Tim and Mira - who are heaps of fun and are convincing me to get to Burning Man, and doing a pretty good job! We've spent 2 days here getting to know eachother, relaxing by the river and meeting the friendly locals at a local food and ...
Maybe some women aren’t meant to be tamed. Maybe they just need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with them. ~ Carrie Bradshaw Made it to Quincy 2 days ahead of schedule! 111 miles, one hail storm and one rain storm, we feel ...
... stop, so-so sleep.
Sat Oct 12--Fuel stop in Fernley, NV and cigar stop in Sparks, NV. Arrived Quincy just before noon and had lunch. Jack and family were at the fairgrounds for snowmobile races on grass, that's right grass!! Pioneer RV Park is adjacent to the fairgrounds so Janet and I went over to join them. Pretty interesting and fast. Dinner at ...
It's amazing what can be accomplished when the temperature is only in the mid 90's! I finally had a day that was as long as I had planned back ages ago before I had begun my tour. It was still hot but not unbearably so. It helped that my 3400 ft. of climbing began at 3000 ft. and only got as high as 5000 ft. where I crossed the PCT about 8 mile east of my present camping site. There is defiantly a difference when ...