The ramblings of a sixtysomething grandpa as he acheives his life long dream of hiking the appalachian trail
Hi Dad! Glad you are "OK on the Trail". We look forward to those daily updates! I'm sure as the days go by, we'll be less and less anxious about how you're doing. Hopefully you're not totally soaked!! All is well here! We love you!
Lower Back Pain can be minimized by bent knee sit-ups. At least it works for me.
Whoa. At this rate you'll be in Connecticut in April. Have you seen any trees along the way?
Hi Roger, I'm learning geography from your GPS. You are moving right along I see! We all wish you well. Ken and Tom said they would walk the trail when they are 60 and 61, but would stop at every Irish Pub from Texas to Connecticut, and try to drink at least 15 pints a day.
Hope all is as you anticipated so far. You're amazing. When you make it to VT maybe Fred and I will join you for a day -- maybe! It's interesting to think about when it's so far off (ha ha). Sending love and hugs. Marian and Fred
Hi Roger!! It's Beth's old college roomie, Amanda!! It's great to see you well on your way & what progress you are making!! Brandon & I are loving keeping track of your adventure. We are pretty close to the trail here in Virginia so if you need anything at all.....hot shower, home cooked meal, or just some company....let Beth know & we will make arrangements!! So proud of you & what you are accomplishing!! Love & prayers ~Amanda
Hey Rog-I just read your latest post. Sounds like your having a great time rain and all. I'm not sure taking Logan in your pack was the best plan. What? Oh April fools, I get it.Seriously, I think its great that your following your muse. Be well. The sun will shine, if not tomorrow,soon enough. Jim H.
Roger... today is Monday and you are in our thoughts and prayers! I hope you are having a blast talking with God and being able to listen to Him talking to you! I admire you and love checking on the blog!