Back On Trail
Leaving for the trailhead in an hour. Anxious to get moving again and looking forward to the 20 degree drop in temperature and new terrain to cover.
We picked up more supplies for the next month and that's one of the best parts of long hikes - I get to eat pretty much anything I want and as much of it as I can hold. :-)
You might notice that some of this is not healthy food you'd want your family eating every day, but on the trail we're trying to get lots of calories in a light load. I do have fish, cheese, crackers, raisins, and noodles besides all these snacks.
Camera and cellphone are charged. Maps are ready. Clothes are washed. Ready to go.
I sure hope we run into some scouts or hikers out on the trail during the next week or so. That would be a fun surprise!
Posted: 10:15 09-01-2013 1011
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