Bike Blog #4: Corn Fields / Hungry Coyotes / Cold Blooded Killers

The humidity hit us like a brick wall, the accents greeted us, and for the first time on this trip the dogs chased us due to no leash laws... I made it back... The South. All this happened within a day of crossing over from Oklahoma to Arkansas. We completed The Plains section and entered … Continue reading Bike Blog #4: Corn Fields / Hungry Coyotes / Cold Blooded Killers

Bike Blog #2: Stealth Camping / Testicle Festival / The Gorge

Riding 814 miles on a bicycle... Cool, I guess... Being on this adventure with this crew of people traveling through this region of the country... Words can't even come close to painting a true picture... But I guess that's what I'm trying to do here... So keep reading! Let's start with this frequently asked question: … Continue reading Bike Blog #2: Stealth Camping / Testicle Festival / The Gorge

Bike Blog #1: Talking Elevator / Midnight Sprinklers / Lost Dogs

Wow... Made it to Missoula, Montana. Might not leave... Ever... Or until winter... Whichever comes first. So I did these "blogs" while I was on the Appalachian Trail and I wouldn't say typing/writing was something I missed after typing my last blog for the trail. But I just sat down in this perfect backyard (because I … Continue reading Bike Blog #1: Talking Elevator / Midnight Sprinklers / Lost Dogs

AT Blog #6: Bears / Big Apple / Baldwin

Hanover, New Hampshire! I’ve hiked a grand total of 1,736 miles from Springer Mountain in Georgia. Hanover is the home of the prestigious Dartmouth College. Yes, the Ivy League school folks; I'm tryin’ to shake some hands. Since my last blog I traversed New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont. It’s convenient that the … Continue reading AT Blog #6: Bears / Big Apple / Baldwin

AT Blog #4: Star Power / Dumpster Diving / The Baltimore Wave

Wow...  I have to admit, this is the first time I've been truly impressed with myself on this journey. Halfway… I've hiked 1,014 mile. I'm halfway done with the Appalachian Trail. I have attempted to keep track of the number of mountains we have climbed, but at this point it seems to be too many … Continue reading AT Blog #4: Star Power / Dumpster Diving / The Baltimore Wave

AT Blog #3: Raindow Monkeys / Green Dogs / Talladega

725 miles complete. That's 1/3 of the entire Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. I'm in Daleville, Virginia and feeling on top of the world (yet surprisingly tired) for making it this far. That's the equivalent of walking the interstate from Birmingham, Alabama to Milwaukee, Minnesota. Let's do a people update to give you an … Continue reading AT Blog #3: Raindow Monkeys / Green Dogs / Talladega