I'm a web developer/sysadmin/host (NERD TRIPLE THREAT!) and this is my attempt to write about...leaving the house. Sometimes. Like, to go backpacking. And take some pictures. And justify spending the money on all the gear WHY SO MUCH?!?
Feel free to write and complain.
I am more of an Appalachian State comma guy, myself.
Nothing to worry about. I am sure this is a natural occurence.
Location: Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, 271 trailhead to Decker shelter area
Trail Distance: 16.5 miles (21.5 miles ytd)
So that was nice. Still haven't learned to drink enough water when I stop hiking for the day. I'm older, so I will be getting up MULTIPLE times during the night to pee, so why not make it worth it?
And if you're cold, get up and adjust the underquilt. It always makes a big difference.
Finally figured out how to use the trekking poles effectively (thanks to this fella). Felt a lot stronger going up hill instead of having to pant for breath every 30 yeards. MADE IT 60 YARDS NOW.
My dog's favorite toy is....a cherry tomato.
Dogs love to hear the backstory of their toys
With the new puppy I have to set up a trail camera in the hallway to get a glimpse of my cats.
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I backpack so I can lay in my hammock and watch Acquisitions Inc play D&D @PatrickRothfuss #TheSecret