I hike, therefor I am.
we should only need resupply, shower and laundry at a hostel stop. you have your shelter and woods for everything else. i don't understand how any of hostel owners deal with these prima donnas'. the owners should all go on strike for a year and hike the trail
i was the only one there Jan '09 and Curtis and Rockhound treated me great, but as i posted on post#2 even the lone hiker before me was demanding.
and for sddavis, lets put out the word up the trail to other hostel owners "he should keep walking"
Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me, either, just leave me alone.
...." when the Army and the Navy look on heavens scenes, they will see that the streets are guarded by United States Marines"
See you up there Wolfie!
the northern 160 miles is so much different than the AT
Getting a little out of hand on this thread folks. Please keep the discussion to the thread topic. If you care to relate your experiences at SB please do so and civilly please at that. Thanks.
"Sleepy alligator in the noonday sun
Sleepin by the river just like he usually done
Call for his whisky
He can call for his tea
Call all he wanta but he can't call me..."
Robert Hunter & Ron McKernan
Times certainly are different. Lots of whinners. Lots of spoiled people. Lots of half steppers.
Also an awful lot of talking over matters that don't amount to a hill of beans.
Can we please get a "Like" button?! Good for you Lone Wolf. Nothing spoils a hike faster than the presence of arrogant drunken druggies who think it's the rest of us that aren't "having fun."
"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us."