Tag Archives: Appalachian Trail

On the Road Again…

Well it’s been almost five months since I finished hiking the Appalachian Trail and it’s about time to get moving again. While I was hiking the AT the Princess rented out our house to a visiting professor at a local … Continue reading

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A Fitting Memorial for ‘Inchworm”

I traveled to Georgia this past weekend to visit family and to attend a memorial service for fellow Appalachian Trail hiker Gerry ‘Inchworm’ Largay on Saturday, October 12th. If you have followed my blog you know that I met Inchworm … Continue reading

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Adjusting to Life Off the Trail

I’ve been back home for four full days now and I have to say I am enjoying having so many options of ways to spend my time. I have been gardening, working out, reading, grilling, watching a little TV (mostly … Continue reading

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I Made It!

Well, after waiting for better weather in beautiful Bar Harbor, Maine and Acadia National Park, the Princess and I returned to Millinocket late Saturday and I climbed Mount Katahdin on Sunday morning to finish my AT thru-hike. I have thru-hiked … Continue reading

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Walker Here From Millinocket

I finished hiking the 100 Mile Wilderness and arrived at Katahdin Stream Campground at about 12:30 today after an eighteen mile hike. Hooray! I had a bittersweet final twenty-four hours on the trail. As I was setting up camp last … Continue reading

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It’s Walker Again…This Time From Stratton, Maine

It’s only been two days since I posted from Rangeley, so not a lot has happened but since I have computer access at the Stratton Library I thought I’d write a quick update. On Sunday morning Postman met me at … Continue reading

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It’s Walker – Taking a Zero in Rangeley

Hey, it’s me. Princess posted for me yesterday and I had planned to head out this morning to hike from Rangeley about 20 miles over several high mountains, including Saddleback and Saddleback Junior to the Spaulding Shelter. As Princess said … Continue reading

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