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Solo Travel To Peru

My six hour layoff in Mexico city airport for the night was like waiting in queue before I got my turn to go on a roller coaster ride. 356 more words


Ending an Era (for now?)

Well this site is about as neglected as my normal life has been the last three years. In short I’m gonna be active here again as opposed to other avenues largely because it’s more enjoyable, and partly because stuff like Instagram isn’t exactly my favorite cause I’m just not a huge fan of social media. 492 more words


Six Moons Design Serenity Net Tent

The Serenity has been around a long time now. Indeed, I’ve mentioned it in my review of the Gatewood Cape before. Around a year or so ago SMD upgraded the Serenity at the cost of a minor weight penalty. 227 more words


Ozark Trail Section Hike - Day 3, Near Johnson's Shut-Ins to Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park

June 6, 2017

Hikers: Julie, Becky, Michelle

The night before was hot and muggy making for a sweat soaked night of tossing and turning without even the smallest of breezes to provide some relief. 1,014 more words


Ozark Trail Section Hike - Day 2, Devil's Tollgate to near Johnson's Shut-Ins

June 5, 2017

Hikers: Julie, Becky and Michelle

It’s amazing what a night of fresh air sleeping can do for weary muscles! We woke eager and ready to start our day. 711 more words


An Ending and a Beginning.....Happy New Year!

So the sun sets on another year, and what a good one it has been. 1800 miles covered on two feet and two wheels, lots of good weather, some great backpacking trips, some awesome Dorset walks, and some milestones to celebrate. 858 more words


The Year in Retrospect - 2018 Day 5

Having had abortive attempts to get away on some backpacking trips in the earlier part of the year, things finally came together during June. I had made revised plans for a few trips, the first being a four day backpack along part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. 965 more words