Monthly Archives: June 2016
I left you with a cliffhanger last time, so I may need to explain what happened the next day. After climbing Forester Pass, I hiked past the first campground and challenged myself to make it to the one after (an … Continue reading
I haven’t yet shared with you all that happened in the desert, and here I am, in the snowy part of the Sierras already. Time is going by so fast. I will catch you up on all that’s happened earlier … Continue reading
So my joyride has come to an end in Bishop. I went biking too fast and too riskily one too many times (maybe newfound bravery after climbing Forrester?) and I took a tumble last night. I flew over the handlebars … Continue reading
Yesterday’s bike injuries. Bruises, road rash, and a very sore tailbone. No pack is going on my back for at least a few days.
This is why I’m in town relaxing and having fun. I just crossed Forrester Pass at night by myself with no crampons or ice axe. I deserve wine and cheese and foot massages, I think.
PCT hiker in a floral dress flying down the street on a borrowed bike. Have you ever seen a happier sight?
Pure unadulterated joy and absolutely spectacular beauty. The PCT has won my heart forever.
I want to explain how lost a PCT hiker feels without the trail. There was a fire a little ahead of us, and the trail was closed from Lake Isabella to Kennedy Meadows. This was supposed to be our last … Continue reading