hiking, travel

Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Note: if ever doing an experience like this again, bring chapstick with sunblock. Severely chapped lips are the worst. They are so swollen and blistered, it hurts to open my mouth. Peeling off layers of lip skin is satisfying but painful and gross. Pretty sure lip blisters are one of the most horrifying things ever.… Continue reading Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Final big view from Jay Peak in northern Vermont on the Long Trail.
General Blog, hiking

Long Trail Journal 6

Back in August 2018, I decided to go hike the Long Trail with my dog, Benny. The trail starts at the very bottom of Vermont and winds its way up to the very top meeting with Canada. After hiking 270 miles with everything on your back, staying in one of the 25 shelters each night… Continue reading Long Trail Journal 6

Sunrise from a shelter before heading to Mount Mansfield on the Vermont Long Trail.
General Blog, hiking

Long Trail Journal 5

Back in August 2018, I decided to go hike the Long Trail with my dog, Benny. The trail starts at the very bottom of Vermont and winds its way up to the very top meeting with Canada. After hiking 270 miles with everything on your back, staying in one of the 25 shelters each night… Continue reading Long Trail Journal 5

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Long Trail Journal 4

Back in August 2018, I decided to go hike the Long Trail with my dog, Benny. The trail starts at the very bottom of Vermont and winds its way up to the very top meeting with Canada. After hiking 270 miles with everything on your back, staying in one of the 25 shelters each night… Continue reading Long Trail Journal 4

View from Killington Peak on the Vermont Long Trail, hiking up it was rough!
General Blog, hiking

Long Trail Journal 3

Back in August 2018, I decided to go hike the Long Trail with my dog, Benny. The trail starts at the very bottom of Vermont and winds its way up to the very top meeting with Canada. After hiking 270 miles with everything on your back, staying in one of the 25 shelters each night… Continue reading Long Trail Journal 3