There are very few places to access the Hundred Mile Wilderness, but yesterday I ran across a young man from St. Louis hiking with his mom and dad. He had brought along an extra Coke for trail magic and guess who was the first thru hiker to come along, your’s truly! It was like have the best trail magic ever in the middle of nowhere!!! A huge thanks goes out to my newest Trail Angel, Peter!!!
What is it? Okay I’ve got this one. A giant ant eating one of Paul Crawley‘s ice cream cone whole!!! What do YOU think?
I just made it to the top of White Cap Mountain, the tallest peak in the 100 Mile Wilderness. A cold, windy, rainy, foggy day here in the Wilderness. It rained all night last night as well. The only place that I have been able to get service has been on the mountain peaks, and this is the last high peak until the very end Mount Katahdin. So I don’t know how service will be from here on out. I still have almost 75 miles to get to the top of Katahdin. I hope all is well in your world, it’s GREAT here!
Thru-hiker of the AT, living my dream and all for a great cause!!! Here is how to give to a good cause! Way to go Mustard Seed! Steve Claxton Also if you want to see some beautiful areas in these states that otherwise you cannot see if you do not hike the AT, check out his page….God is awesome!
If you write anything on facebook that requires a response I am VERY limited to cell service & battery while in the 100 Mile Wilderness so I won’t be able to respond until I come out the other end of the Wilderness, and even there may not have service. Thanks for understanding!
Changing reflections on Chairback Pond where I camped last night!