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It really sucked doing these 40 miles over again, but there was nothing else I could do. It was fun however, seeing some old friends along the way. *Click ‘SHOW MORE’ below for more notes about this video…
(0:04) ‘Kevin & Brook’ are on the left and ‘Samson’ is putting his boots on. ‘Johnathan’ the tall dude, saw me he asked, “Loner?” Last time we saw each other was at Standing Bear Farm, way back in TN.
He said, “Man, when you got out of the Smoky Mountains, you were just gone!” The permit system in the GSMNP really slowed me down.
(0:07) Show & Tell! During the night I took a drink of water and lost the bottle cap in the dark. Thinking I would find it the next day, I placed the bottle on the ground, standing up.
In the morning, while taking a drink, I saw something grey floating the bottle! A dead mouse! I guess there was still some crystal light flavoring in the bottle, and a mouse climbed in after it, only to drown in the water. Thankfully I saw it before it was too late! Poor little guy!
Over the next day or so, I took turns hiking with each person in the group and catching up. Questions turned to plans for after the hike. Some had jobs lined up, some had to finish school, some had no idea. I had previously planned to do a month kayak trip back home, but now I was focused on being with Jeanine.
‘Samson’ was a thin young man from New Hampshire. He had a St. Jude medallion glued to his walking stick, the Patron saint of lost causes.
When we last spoke, 2000 miles ago, he seemed very shy. He had gained a ton of confidence and was even cracking jokes. When I asked about his girlfriend, he said he broke up with her because, “I didn’t like her boyfriend”.
(0:21) Three inches of rain made these river fords much more challenging, but Johnathan blitzed this one! Poor Brooke rolled up her pants, but still got wet. The water was chilly.
The hardest part was having cold, wet shoes, and socks for three days in a row.
(1:44) I was using Wildcat’s old walking sticks. I left my ski poles outside the Inn by mistake. I missed her a lot and using her sticks made me feel closer to her.
(1:45) A life vest was for hikers to share on river fords. It had a funny note addressed to (any) ‘Sobo’: “Some stupid Nobo took this life vest from the river crossing 5 miles south of here. Please be a good thru-hiker and bring it back. Easy hiking!”
Because I already did this section, I took a blue blaze trail bypassing Moxie bald and made it to Monson in two nights.
(1:52) AWESEOM Mail Magic from Sassafras & Kaboose: (https://youtu.be/kxf85NcHYtc). I was broke so the food REALLY helped. I loved the picture of them both on Katahdin!
They hiked the AT in 2013 and made it all the way to NY. Sassafras had permission to miss school (she was thirteen), but had foot trouble. They plan to hike more sections, till they knock it out. Check out their videos… (https://youtu.be/zMRVRSeDVRo).
Entering the 100 mile wilderness, I needed to carry as much food as possible. I filled my pack, bowl, and pockets, hoping it would be enough.
(1:56) I love beavers, but they can sure change the landscape. That’s the way it’s always been, and don’t mind these little detours.
(2:00) This threatening sign is at the start of the 100 Mile Wilderness: “CAUTION, There are no places to obtain supplies or get help until Abol Bridge 100 miles north. Do not attempt this section unless you have a minimum of 10 days supplies and are fully equipped. This is the longest wilderness section on the entire A.T. and its difficulty should not be underestimated. Good hiking! MATC.”
There is also a useless sing-in box. No one is going to come looking for us if we don’t drop our ticket off on the other side. A lot of hikers prefer to leave their name directly on the box itself and I’m sure it has to be repainted every year. Hikers were tagging everything in sight!
(3:14) The weather was cold, foggy, rainy, and I was just in a sad mood, but it was hard to feel sorry for myself for long with views like this powerful waterfall.
(3:24) These remains were at the site of the Bessey lumber camp dated 1949.
(3:34) It was important to get these river fords over with so I would not have to do them the next morning, when it was colder, or the water higher from more rain. There were ropes to hold onto, but still kinda scary when the water was up.
At one point 22 hikers got stuck at a shelter here because a river was not safe to cross for days.
I also had a new deadline to finish the trail, in time to visit my Grandparents, before they left Maine in a couple weeks.
(3:54) The ‘wilderness’ was not quite so wild.
(3:56) These ‘Golden Girls’ had lots of questions (note the GiJoe action figure). I used my mad yogi skills and each one offered up some snacks: Apples, cheese, nuts, raisins, etc! Thanks!
(4:24) Barren Mountain Fire tower was destroyed, but a good place to yogi South bounders of Pop Tarts and a big bag of trail mix!
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