Pacific Crest Trail

"I was one signature away from my dream life ... and then, due to COVID-19, it all started to crumble."
No amount of preparation or dreaming could have adequately prepared us for what one day on the Pacific Crest Trail revealed. Mother Nature is a quiet, patient, brilliant teacher, and we could all benefit from more time in her presence listening and ingraining her wisdom.
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The Land and Water Conservation Fund fostered an idea endemic to our country: that precious landscapes should be set aside for the long-term enjoyment of all, not the short-term gain of a few.
Since its release earlier this month, Aspen Matis' debut memoir has been making headlines as yet another spotlight on the horrors of campus sexual assault. But those expecting a lurid cautionary tale will find something else entirely.
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Investigators believe he was returning to the trail when officers confronted and shot him.
My friend Tony and I just returned from meeting up with our friend who we nicknamed Mountain Man Mike, in Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite, California, one of the world's most spectacular locations. We were Mike's fourth resupply on his 1,800-mile journey along the Pacific Crest Trail.
3. You have accomplished so much individually as the Blind Hiker. Why did you start Team Farsight? At age 35 Trevor Thomas