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PCT Thru Hike, PCT Washington / 13.08.2018

At mile 2588.8. Hiked 16.8 miles today. I had to wait until 10 am for the Post Office to open. My resupply arrived okay, but the postal service lost my bounce box. I’ll continue to ask them to look for it, but I don’t need it for now. The box has warm clothing and the weather hasn’t turned cold yet. In fact, it is very hot here near the Canadian border. (Months later after a number of phone calls and reporting to the USPS, I finally received the bounce box...

PCT Thru Hike, PCT Trail Towns, PCT Washington / 12.08.2018

At mile 2571.9. Hiked 0 miles today. Advanced 20 miles on PCT due to fire closure. Today I took the shuttle from Holden Village to Lucerne on Lake Chelan from which I took the Lady II ferry to Stehekin. Today will be a zero-day and tomorrow when the post office opens I will pick up my last resupply before Canada. After another 88 miles, I plan to be in Manning Park, Canada 4 hiking days from now. The photo shows early morning on the main street of Holden Village. This was...

PCT Thru Hike, PCT Washington / 11.08.2018

Hiked to mile 2552.6 at Cloudy Pass trail junction. PCT closed from mile 2552 to 2572 due to Bannock Lake Fire. Hiked 12 PCT miles today. Also hiked approximately 11 miles on Cloudy Pass and Hart and Lyman Lake trails. Hiked another approximate 2 miles around Lyman Lake area when lost. Trail junctions weren’t marked for the PCT closure detour route. Total miles hiked were approximately 25 miles.  Today is day 112, but having taken a zero-day, it is my 111th day of actual hiking and today is August...

PCT Thru Hike, PCT Washington / 10.08.2018

At mile 2540.6. Hiked 24.1 miles today. It was bound to happen sooner or later. I woke up this morning thinking I was in my bed at home. I had early morning views of Glacier Peak. Yet again, there was more blow-down, but not as much as I encountered yesterday.  This one presented an interesting problem. I managed by climbing over. One last snow crossing. Or will it be the last? The winding trail. Mica Lake Another view of the reflections in Mica lake. Here I'm having a mid-morning swim in Mica Lake. Having frigid clear...