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May 2, 2017

We got going on the trail a wee bit late this morning (around 11am) at Hwy 87 near Sunflower AZ. We spent most of our afternoon on a wide and fairly easy dirt road.

Along the way we had some views of Roosevelt Lake, which is where I had camped the previous two days as I...

April 28, 2017

Wow--what a difference a day makes! The temperature dropped like crazy today, from the mid-nineties yesterday to the low sixties. The horses liked it and I didn't mind much either; it just felt odd to wear a jacket. Again the trail didn't offer much in the way of views...

April 27, 2017

It was very appropriate, after spending the night at the Gila River, that one of the first things I saw the next day on the trail was a Gila monster!  It was a very beautiful specimen, with brilliant markings, and not camera-shy at all!  He let me get up-close and pers...

April 23, 2017

Today was another long day and consisted of snakes and downed trees. I saw one kingsnake and two rattlesnakes along the way. I lost count of how many down trees, some of which I had to use my saw on to clear dead branches out of the way before the horses could cross th...

April 13, 2014

A hiker on the PCT that I met asked me what I was liking most and least about my journey so far.  My least favorite part was easy--it's all the downed trees that block the trail and make progress difficult.  And my favorite . . . that was easy too; it's all the amazing...

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