It’s my last night in the dorms. The car is packed, and I have three last assignments to wrap up before checkout at 9 a.m. I should have majored in procrastination. Tomorrow will involve driving the five hours home and spending lunch and dinner with family. My flight to San Diego departs at 5:45 a.m.
There are three subjects thru-hikers prefer not talking about: Religion. Politics. Gear. Gear is a personal subject. What works for you might not work for others. What works for others might not work for you. I started the AT with a 45-pound pack filled to the brim with electronics. I had a GoPro and its
Since completing my thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2014 the PCT has ranked highly on my to-do list. I spent the remainder of that year hiking the Camino de Santiago, bouncing around Turkey and Egypt and riding a bicycle along the Southern Tier. I returned to college in 2015 and have spent each subsequent