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... I arrived to the summit in about 4 hours 15 minutes, 45 minutes before my trail companions. I lingered up there for a total of 2 hours, just enjoying being up that hight. There was phone signal up there, so mostly all of us took advantage of that, making phone calls and reconnecting with loved ones. We eventually made it back down to camp by 5:30pm, hungry and ready to eat. Overall, after Deep Creek Hot Springs, this is my second favorite day on the ...
... Chicken Springs Lake, our first alpine lake, by 4:15. It is nice to not hike all day and get to camp early to lounge and relax. Plenty of water here to drink. There were many other hikers camped here as well. Teflon actually swam in the 11,230 ft. elevation lake. Apparently she is impervious to cold. The water was so cold, I wouldn't even wet my feet. Needless to say, it is nice camping next to a lake. This is what I am most looking forward to in the ...
... I had left with a group of 6 other hikers and we all took it easy and stayed relatively close together that first day. In the group was Meta, a hiker in his late 20s who after getting his undergrad at UPenn took off to south east Asia bought a motorcycle and began riding around the country side. We have even visited some of the same cities in Yunnan province china .
Another Hiker was Hatchet, a young mid 20s kid with some wild stories. Stories about living on the ...
... in April 1943
had to be replaced nearly 2.5 times. In total, about 14,000 men served, earning
9,486 Purple Hearts. The unit was awarded eight Presidential Unit Citations (5
earned in one month). 201 Twenty-one of its members were awarded Medals of
Honor. Members of the 442nd received 18,143 awards, including:
21 Medals of Honor
... these little lights on the ground for years. It was just too similar. So, we spent another night under the trees further south in a different roadside pullout and we got up in the night to look. They were there. Not in abundance, but again, a few visible from our camper at the edge of the woods. This time I took my flashlight and picked one up to examine. Yes, a wingless firefly or firefly larvae (glow worm). I did a little research and found ...