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Days 5 & 6 & 7

Day 5

On day 4, I hiked 19 miles. This was not apart of my plan. I went to bed that night thinking it would all be worth it in the morning when I would wake up to rain. 1,398 more words

Always changing

Although I love a beautiful mountain lake,

for me, there is something about a running stream,

always moving,

never stagnant,

always changing,

going somewhere new. 11 more words

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Norway - Nyksund & Dronningruta

Leaving Ringstad, driving to Nyksund village & walking Dronningruta (The Queen’s Route) the following day.

After saying our goodbyes at our WorkAway in Ringstad… 1,444 more words

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Appalachian Thursday--Stinging Insects

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Hiking the Highlands: Kilpatrick Hills

Sunny days in Scotland are few and far between. So if you wake up to a nice day, you have to seize the moment! And that’s exactly what my friend and I did in early July. 125 more words

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The short Alaska summer pulls back a blanket of snow and offers...

The short Alaska summer pulls back a blanket of snow and offers visitors epic views of mind-boggling landscapes. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve is our country’s largest national park and home to wide river valleys, towering mountain ranges and a glacier larger than the state of Rhode Island. 22 more words

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Curt Gowdy State Park Wyoming

Last Week my wife and I had a chance to do a little camping at Curt Gowdy State park in Wyoming. We had heard some good things from friends but didn’t quite know what to expect. 540 more words