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Originally Posted by Rock Lobster
I hiked SOBO, my best friend hiked NOBO. Both of us, for at least part of the hike, walked with the other and went the "wrong way." Our combined experience:
NOBO: Many more people, much more social. Many trail services are geared toward NOBOs, you'll see more trail magic, and you'll hit all the trail festivals if you want to. You start easier (many will say Georgia is hard; it isn't, relatively speaking). You hike with slightly warmer weather (assuming you don't start early,
See you at Trail Days!!!
Folks have been asking me how Wander Women, the book, is coming along. In the interest of brevity, you may go to my BLOG and follow the progress there. I chronicled the adventures and misadventures of ten lady thru-hikers in 2012. I followed them - solo or two at a time - down the AT from Maine to Georgia. Eight of the ten are now 2,000-milers.
Now I am very busy writing WANDER WOMEN: What Ten Thru-Hikers Taught One Angel about Pleasure, Pain, and Pink- Blazing on the Appalachian Trail.
In 2013, I resolve to share the Wander Women blog entries while we move closer to the publication of WANDER WOMEN: Dream Meets Reality on the Appalachian Trail. Grab a hot drink and visit http://www.megwilsonauthor.com/blog .
Once there, scroll down to enjoy videos and photos of all ten lady thru-hikers whom I chronicled as they backpacked southbound during the 2012 season. Some Wander Women may already look familiar to you. Others you will get to know over the
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