Food safety and prep on the trail is essential to any good hike. Check out what I’ll be taking out onto the AT with me later this year
MY field test review of the Sea to Summit Comfort Plus SI L mattress
What is enough gear to get you there safely and what is too much its a burden to carry?
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With the litany of exercise options out there what is it about hiking that so many of us enjoy and why is it good for you?
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Part 2 of my Shakedown hike at Green Lane Reservoir. Follow along as I meet Matthew, run out of water, and experience a good hearted trail magic.
I met Mike Sedor through a work buddy. I was told that Mike had recently retired as a carpenter and was Thru Hiking the AT last year when he got injured and had to come off the trail. After an email introduction, Mike and I decided to get together and have coffee. Three hours laterContinue reading “Trail Tourist- Green Lane Reservoir and the Man Scout”
The Gear I have spent so much time collecting and putting together my pack for the AT that sometimes its easy to forget how much there actually is that goes into living in the mountains for a few days with everything you need on your back. It feels like every time I turn around thereContinue reading “The Shakedown Part 2”
The Plan Now that I have my gear in order and my pack loaded, I think it is time for a shakedown hike. “What’s a shakedown?” It’s a test run. Plain and simple. Here’s what I’m doing Thursday morning I’m going to Green Lane Park. An amazing place surrounded by great trails, fishing, and recreationalContinue reading “The Shakedown Part 1”