Coffee Creek Ranch
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... s the RN in me. I told him he may go into kidney failure if he keeps on pushing his body's limits, explaining to him that he doesn't want to end up in dialysis and on the kidney transplant list. We ended up hiking out together and hitching into town together after a 45 minute wait. We ended up at the Hiker Hut here in town. Cuban B, Too Much, Queen B, Wallaby, and about 5 other PCTers were here as well. Time to relax ...
... on a 30 mile day because they ran outta food. Fortunately I had plenty of food to spare and gave them enough food so they can make it thru tomorrow. Us hikers gotta take care of each other. The trail offered nice view today as well as abundant water. In case I hadn't mentioned, the PCT is currently taking us through the Trinity Alps. These are beautiful mountains, and I can see why the are called Alps. ...
Saturday, July 25, 2015. PCT day 97. Miles 1551.7-1577. I figured out today that it is the powdered coconut milk that has me hiking 15 miles without getting hungry. At 500 calories per 2 cups, all of it from fat, its no wonder. It dropped down to 43 degrees last night, and I arose to condensation on my stuff and a little on my sleeping bag. My poison ivy rashes were oozing most of the day. The one on my ...
... pushed on. He hikes really fast. Eventually Spontaneous, HeMan, and TooMuch caught up and set camp here as well. I am so thrilled that there are no mosquitoes here. I was gonna cowboy camp, but decided to set up just the tarp to block the wind. It is chilly up here, enough to make me glad I still have my down jacket and lite fleece. As I get ready for bed, the temperature is 51 degrees ...
... brutal though. Grant's watch was reading 101*. Morale is high even with fully supplied pack weight on our backs. For the first time in awhile I realized I wasn't depressed. It is strange how when I was depressed I didn't quite realize it or at least label it as depression in my mind. I just thought I was being worn down by this new round of blisters that starter up with a fresh pair of boots I got 20 or so days ago. I'm sure the 10 day ...