In the Path of Young Bulls details a team’s five-month-long stint of daily challenges along the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, one of the USA’s toughest long-distance journeys. The book also serves as a resource for section and long-distance hikers in planning their own CDT adventures, by including daily mileages from starting and ending locations, as well as on-trail reports and conditions for each day’s hike.
$30.00 (plus tax)
286 pages, with dozens of pages of full color photos.
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Monthly Archives: January 2008
At least I am camping for a few days. I’m here in Florida at Disneyworld sleeping in a tent at the edge of a creek. I scored a round trip flight from Portland, ME . Cheap for $164.26. I am … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, I met up with my friend Frank, who he asked me if I wanted to join him on a hike up to the top of Mt. Battie in Camden Hills State Park . It’s a … Continue reading
Thought I’d do a visual shout out of the new MEGATEX tattoo. The redness has mostly gone out of it and there are a couple of pink lines that will fade, but the final concept was the summit cairn atop … Continue reading
Lots of needles pierced my skin today, which began with my first acupuncture session ever, and ended up with a custom Appalachian Trail tattoo, ever. Since I have completed my 6 month AT thru hike, I have continued to … Continue reading
Sometimes I’ll be posting the work of other writers on this blog. This piece is so beautifully written and so satisfying to read that I had to share it. By HENRY SHUKMAN Published: January 6, 2008, New York Times , … Continue reading
In the course of my lifetime I was fortunate to have closely known two men who were both devotees of the I Ching; Paul Yakovenko and Fritz Weidner. For the life of me, I was unable to accept that any … Continue reading
“Hi Tom, Aren’t you glad you’re not out on that Appalachian Trail today?” said the waitperson who took my order at The Brown Bag, my current favorite lunch spot in Rockland, ME. Ever since the picture of me stretched out … Continue reading