Monthly Archives: September 2014

Day 4- Walking Maine’s 100 Mile Wilderness

10.2 miles. Started walking today at 7 AM.  I was first to the top of Nesuntabunt in 75 minutes. As I approached the top, I passed the Jocomotive, who had been on point, and had been storming up ahead of … Continue reading

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Day 3 Report- Where We Evacuate a hiker in the Hundred Mile Wilderness

10 Miles- Potaywadjo Spring to Wadleigh lean-to The three of us rolled into the Potywadjo Spring lean-to at the end of our day’s hike last night to find a trio of men who told us they were thru-hikers that had … Continue reading

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Day 2- Walking Maine’s Hundred Mile Wilderness

Cooper Brook Falls Shelter to Potaywadjo Spring Shelter      11.3 miles I’m spoiling G-Man and The Slocomotive for any future backpacking trips. Today was that good. Here’s the deal: cool September temperatures all day long, and clear blue skies. Humidity takes … Continue reading

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Flying in to Maine’s Hundred Mile Wilderness

Coming through Millinocket around noon today we stopped at the Hannaford’s grocery store where down by the dairy isle I ran into Billy Goat, a former Mainer, who is best known for his perpetual thru-hiking of the Pacific Crest Trail. … Continue reading

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Hiking Doubletop Mountain in Baxter State Park

Day 7 Walked out of the Pines campsite and later topped out on Doubletop 9.5 miles It was hard to leave the only true campsite we’ve stayed in for the past week. Five nights were spent in lean-tos and one … Continue reading

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