New York/New Jersey-Polar Opposites

I started my time in New York in a less than ideal way. I slipped and fell. Hard. In the mud. Cheeto was there and can confirm that it was a good one. Just like previous state crossings, it felt like the landscape changed. It probably didn’t, but apparently crossing made up lines has a… Read More

Vermont, A State of Mud

To recap: The night of entering Hanover, New Hampshire was not a good one. I was kicked out mid laundry, clothes wet and soapy in the pouring rain. The following day came with a little bit of sunshine and I could sort of dry my things out. Smelling like a bucket of detergent, I went… Read More

The 100 Mile Wilderness

The first (or last) section of the Appalachian Trail is the most remote of the entire trail. It is, as the name suggests, 100 miles of trail without passing a town. Now, it’s not as remote as one might think. There are still dirt roads and bail out options. But it’s all relative right? It… Read More