The loose plans for the next few months starting in September 2017. Read this post if you emailed and wondering why I have not written back in a few days. 🙂
Top Ten Gear Lists are perhaps the most popular articles in any community. Be it backpacking, music, movies, etc. But they are typically useless.
Ambles around the Atlanta area. A little hiking, a little history, and seeing some old friends!
The Appalachian Trail is not wilderness nor is it isolated. But it is a trail gives many people a sense of the wild and a sense of nature.
A substantial day hike to the start of the famous Appalachian Trail and back. We saw the waterfalls, stopped by the Hike Inn, and finished the day with beer and pizza at the Amicalola Lodge.
A review of The High Sierra Trail documentary by Outmersive Films. The HST is a 72-mile path in the Sierra that may be shorter than the more well-known John Muir Trail (JMT), it certainly rivals the JMT in the scenery and variety of terrain.
An almost 60-mile loop on the Bartram and Appalachian Trail. Views from balds, wildflowers flourished, and pleasant walks along streams in dense woods abounded.
A review of Greenbelly meal bars that prompted a discussion on food, nutrition, dollar to calorie ratio, and why we enjoy the outdoors.
Making my way south from Rhode Island to visit a friend in Virginia. And catching up with dad in North Carolina.
A mad dash to the East Coast and a week in Rhode Island.
A thru-hike of the Benton Mackaye Trail is an excellent way to see the beauty of the southern Appalachians without the crowds of the Appalachian Trail. Here’s some quick and dirty information about this 300-mile long gem.