This week Sara and I drove the northern route across the U.S. Driving is way easier than walking 3000+ miles. My co pilot and I are in a Subaru Outback that I kind of converted into an adventure vehicle. In the back we’ve got a 3 inch think memory foam mattress topper that I cut … Continue reading Road Trip Part 1: Driving across the U.S.
Day 130 9/6/17 16 miles So last night, before going back to the trail, a bunch of us went out to eat at the Mexican place in town and I have to say it wasn't the best burrito I've ever had. The portions were good but then they covered it in like … Continue reading Canada!
Day 124 8/31 32 miles After getting into town yesterday the rest of the afternoon proved to be very productive. First of all we had to estimate our mileage for the rest of the trail then QB was able to get all our backcountry permits squared away for Glacier NP next … Continue reading East Glacier Park, MT
Day 117 8/24 25 miles First thing this morning I put a nice beating on the continental breakfast at the Trade Wind Motel. It was a good one too, they had like 20 different boxes of cereal to choose from. I felt like I was in Jerry Seinfeld's apartment. So many … Continue reading Lincoln, MT
Day 112 8/19 0 miles Took a day off from hiking today and went on a little field trip up to Missoula, Montana. My mom made us breakfast sandwiches in the cabin to start the day before the car ride. QB and I had to take care of a couple errands … Continue reading Anaconda, MT
Day 106 8/13 0 miles Big fat zero today in Leadore. I definitely needed it. For the most part my body has been holding up pretty well but after a couple thousand miles of walking I think it's only natural to have a whole bunch of little aches and pains. A … Continue reading Wisdom, Montana
Day 99 8/6 30 miles Yesterday after eating burritos at Mack's Inn in Island Park we walked a couple miles on the highway before getting to the Sawtell Resort campground. Included with a cheap tent site was full use of their hot tub, pool and showers. Along with a couple southbounders, … Continue reading Leadore, Idaho