Started Maine 100 Mile Wilderness Hiking N to S and food was stolen from drop at B Pond Road. Had to leave the trail. Wishes for thief to have major indigestion!
Hard to believe fellow hiker would steal the package.
A saying FALSELY attributed to (at various times) a scientist of the 1900s, a humorist of the 1800s, a writer of the 1700s, and an Asian ethicist; states (something like) "Insanity is defined as trying the same experiment a second time and expecting a different result." It is with that saying in mind that I tried my second true backpacking adventure this last week. I'm glad to say I did a LOT things differently this time and (surprise!) I got a different result.
I may not be much of a writer, but think this will be a good place to talk a little about me voice some concerns about my newly acquired hobby. I have lived in the mountains and western North Carolina for 20 years of my life and was privileged enough to spend practically every weekend in the mountains climbing to the top of waterfalls and exploring places untouched by the cruel hand of industrialism. This can honestly and simply be described as the best part of my life.
I decided it was time
i am 30 years young, female, and in great physical shape. i set out for a month-long hike this month, and my hiking partner backed out after a few days of not being able to sleep well at night in a tent and in a shelter! id love to hike more this summer anywhere on the trail and my schedule is very flexible. let me know if youre interested, for any amount of time! i want to go back!
Updated 07-14-2011 at 21:55 by Larva
I completed a day hike up to McAfee's Knob on 7/13/11. Met "Pittsburgh" on his way south to Damascus and decended McAfee to VA 311 with him. This is a shout out to Pburgh: thanks for the company and all of the AT tips as I plan for my thru-hike. Hope to see you again on the AT. Best wishes. Dave (no trail name yet).
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