Beginning A New Adventure

For every hike I take, whether it be a full day, part of the day or an overnighter, eventually the adventure ends only to have a new one begin again on another day. Last week a long adventure ended as I walked out of what is now my former employee to walk into a new … Continue reading Beginning A New Adventure

Don’t Be a Trashy Hiker

One of the many things I enjoy about hiking is the quiet and solitude, getting away from the everyday routine and away from the busyness of the world to disconnect. I can usually find this anytime during the year no matter the season. One of the many places I enjoy hiking is in our state … Continue reading Don’t Be a Trashy Hiker

It’s The Choices We Make

Monday Minute To say the last several months, even year has been stressful and hectic is an understatement. Personal trials and major life events have kept me on edge. Now it's all come to an end and life is moving forward at a slower better pace. And this weekend was a long overdue get-away. In … Continue reading It’s The Choices We Make

To Mail Drop or Resupply; That Is The Question

Planning your resupply is usually a big part of getting ready for a long distance hike. Some people choose to do mostly mail drops (where you prepare a package from home full of the food and supplies you’ll need for a certain number of days and have someone from home mail it to a town … Continue reading To Mail Drop or Resupply; That Is The Question

Monday Minute: Don’t Be Misled

Galatians 6:7-8 NLT Don’t be misled—you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant. Those who live only to satisfy their own sinful nature will harvest decay and death from that sinful nature. But those who live to please the Spirit will harvest everlasting life from the Spirit. It is … Continue reading Monday Minute: Don’t Be Misled