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PCT Oregon, PCT Thru Hike / 08.07.2018

At mile 1804.3. Hiked 26.5 miles today. I have hiked 714.3 miles over the first 37 consecutive days (no zeros) of my return to the PCT. I had hiked 650 miles in 37 consecutive days (no zeros) during the Southern California portion of my PCT hike.  This is looking back at the north side of Mt McLoughlin. I hiked on the mosquitoe infested south side yesterday afternoon. Here is a morning view of a lake. This is “Hoops”. He is from Germany and is hiking the Oregon PCT. He carries this basketball...

PCT Oregon, PCT Thru Hike / 08.07.2018

At mile 1777.8 Hiked 22.5 miles today. Cold morning, I guess 35 degrees F. I was later told that it had been 32 degrees F. I had shipped out my down jacket and fleece pants. I wore my silk long underwear underneath my hiking shorts. I also wore a down vest and lightweight rain jacket. I hiked fast to help warm up. Here I am at mile 1768.5 when I realized I have hiked half of the PCT. Having skipped over 440 miles, the halfway point for me is at...

PCT North California, PCT Thru Hike / 03.07.2018

At mile 1755.3. Hiked 23.3 miles today. I walked between public and private land. All was equally beautiful. In this area the pipe gates have a different design and I was pleased to see that they were painted red. Better than rust color. A large lava boulder lay about 5 feet from the door of my tent. In the morning a bird perched on the tip of the rock and sang its machine gun song. It then repeated the same at a higher pitch. It was nice to lie there...

PCT Thru Hike / 02.07.2018

At mile 1732. Hiked 14.3 miles today. Jenny from the Ashland Hostel was kind enough to give me a ride back to the trail. She even stopped at a gas station so I could purchase new sunglasses. I’m on my 4th pair now. I wasn’t on the trail until around 11 am. Carrying extra water and a 5 day heavy resupply, my pack was heavier than usual, but the trail was as easy as it gets for leaving a trail town. Usually, coming out of town means long climbs.  I wasn’t...