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A Stitch in Time

I have knitted since I was a young kid. When I was eight years old I knitted a jersey for myself – in 10 days. Yes, I know I was small, but my Mum kept making me knit it bigger. 198 more words


Play Ball

I gave my dog an old ball to play with.

She loved it so much she walked round and round the garden like a Teddy Bear. 155 more words


Hunter Heads to Maine

Much to our disappointment we had to make the good-parenting decision and send Hunter home from Maryland. He has been doing fine, the week sitting in the boat during the aqua-blaze really helped the cracks in his paws heal up, but the upcoming heat and rocks of Pennsylvania would still be enough to do him in. 122 more words

Appalachian Trail

The Party is Over and Just Keep Paddling - The Aqua Blaze Part II

In the previous post, Aqua-Blaze Part I, we left off in the middle of our grand Independence Day weekend adventure. We had rafts, a river to float down, more beer than we should’ve, burgers and hot dogs and a blissful ignorance to what we were getting ourselves into. 1,047 more words

Appalachian Trail

Dirty, Rotten, Good-For-Nothing Aqua Blazers

The Appalachian Trail is marked with one consistent method; a 2″x6″ white paint stripe on the side of a tree and every 100 to 400 yards there is normally a “white blaze” to keep you on track. 1,249 more words

Appalachian Trail

The Ayes have it

Dogs are supposed to experience the world as – Nose, Ears, Eyes. Although the Idiot has an excellent sense of smell and hearing, as a supreme hunter – she is all Eyes Eyes Eyes!


Daleville, VA: June 24th (724.0mi) to Waynesboro, VA: July 2nd (857.2mi)

Coming off The Ultimate Trail Magic that you just read about we expected our walk to Waynesboro, Virginia to be filled with thunderstorms every day, trails made from sharpened rocks and a deer every mile to make Hunter run off chasing them. 750 more words