Harper’s Creek Campground Mile Marker 836.0 (14.2 Miles) I woke up COLD the next morning. I didn’t want to get out of my quilt. I took an extra 30 minutes to lie there, and warmed up my stinky hiking clothes in my quilt before I put them on. I have sent my cold weather stuff … Continue reading Northward, Ho!
To Seely-Woodworth Shelter Mile Marker 821.8 (15.8 Miles) I packed up a very wet tent the next morning. My body hurt, and I didn’t feel well. I had a bunch of difficult inclines this day. The trail was gnarly and jungle-like. I would imagine that it is difficult to maintain the trail in Virginia since … Continue reading Privies from Amityville and Children on the Bald
Brown Mountain Creek Shelter Mile Marker 806 (20 Miles) I left Satanimal’s (1.0) in Glasgow, VA at 7:30 a.m. with a heavy backpack laden with 5 days worth of food. It was pouring rain, but as I mentioned, I’m trying not to get bogged down in Virginia. Also, that many people in a house with … Continue reading Away From The Dead Sasquatches
Sorry. I couldn’t resist that title to go with the picture. This picture is a formation called, ‘The Guillotine.’ Really, though…I am currently between a rock and a hard place right now. I am currently in Waynesboro, VA at a hostel. I came into the hostel on Thursday, midday. I did a 20 mile slackpack … Continue reading Between a Rock and a Hard Place