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We are to meet up in Glencliff, New Hampshire tomorrow to start hiking north this weekend for around 220 miles toward Flagstaff Lake. Hardly wait to get back into the woods and get away from our crazy congress and economy.

Yyyyyyaaaaaayyyyyy!!!!!!! We made it to DWG (Delaware Water Gap)!!! We crossed the bridge into New Jersey – Kittatinny Visitor’s Center. It concluded our hiking in Penn-rocky/muddy-va!!!! As of today, we hiked through 8 states (GA, NC, TN, VA, WV, MD, PA, & VT). For 45 days (started on 18-April thru 2-June), we logged 432 miles on foot!!! Woo-hoo!

We are going on hiatus until early August. We plan to hike in NH and ME in August (from Glencliff, NH to East Flagstaff Lake, ME – around 229 miles). After that, we plan to hike from North Adams, MA toward DWG, NJ (Kittatinny Visitor’s Center) until mid-October.

We heartily thank everyone for their support and help.

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We are off to hike from Glencliff, New Hampshire to Hanover, New Hampshire.  We can see some colors changing on the trees….we are thrilled to be among the nature and wildlife for next few days.  Have a good weekend, folks!

We are en routing to Glencliff, New Hampshire to stay at hostel, then start our hiking toward Vermont.  Hardly wait for autumn hiking as the trees are starting to show their true colors.  It is going to be a challenge to manage hiking with cold and shorter days until end of October, so pray for our safety and well-being.

We are back in Augusta after hiking from Caratunk, ME to at edge of Bigelow Preserve around 18 miles before Stratton, Maine.  After chatting with some hikers, Cane and I decided to hold off “215 miles” section between Glencliff, New Hampshire and Bigelow Preserve to next summer with better weather and trail condition. Right now, the trail is perpetually wet and muddy making it more difficult to hike and climb after passing of occasional showers.  “215 miles” section requires some technical climbing, climbing on some steep trail, and tremendous amount of time and effort to get through huge boulders (two hikers said that it took them 2.5 hours to get around, under and over the huge boulder field in length of one mile!  It is in Mahoosuc Notch area).  We are now working on how to get to New Hampshire from Augusta, Maine.  Hopefully, we will be able to resume our hiking soon!

May 2020


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Map of entire Appalachian Trail - 2,179 miles/3,507 km - through 14 states - Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine

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