Trail Magic & Acoustic Destruction
The hiking season is well underway. Both Hanson and I are former thru-hikers of the Appalachian Trail. (For those uninformed, a “thru-hiker” is a person who endeavors the great task of hiking a long distance trail in it’s entirety.) As former thru-hikers, we’ve always held the Trail close to our
Yesterday was the anniversary of my summit of Mt. Katahdin completing my thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail – a life-long dream of mine realized. I wanted to share the final entry of my trail journey with you all. I apologize for the profanity and uncouth remarks; but, in my defense,
Canada For Fun
I had some free time in August and decided to go to Canada. I’ve wanted to visit Nova Scotia for quite some time now and had just never pulled the trigger. Pesky obstacles like time and not having a car always seemed to stand in the way. But this year,
Something I Already Knew
Setting the scene: I’d been driving for three days straight. Drive. Sleep. Drive. Sleep. Drive. All day. My car had been performing admirably. I had been a little nervous about how this 12 year old automobile with 160,000 miles on it would handle the grind of a cross country journey.
It was just a few days ago as we were driving up interstate 81 on our way back from slinging songs on the Left Coast when Summer sent me a reminder that it was here. Ol’ Hanson kept thinking he was seeing the glowing eyes of deer on the side