I have been able to spend 1-2 hours a day, each morning this summer, as I plod through finishing a book about my 2013 CDT hike. The process involves me editing all my Trailjournal entries from that trip, reviewing my walk via my map collection, as well as checking photos.
I am also doing additional research and background collection on historical data. I am having a great time doing this each morning. There is no way I am able to write later in the day. I am fresh and coffeed up when the light is just starting each day.
Here’s my freshly revised entry from exactly two years ago, after a 28 mile day in northern Colorado, two days before crossing into Wyoming.