I sure hope these youth group participants have been well vetted for experience and capability. A R2R is not a typical walk in the park.
Brady Maghran (trail name: Prom Date) He's the 17 year old that hiked it. http://www.aztrail.org/ata_news/ATANewsSummer17.pdf
Look at you! Hiking enough to get callouses again!joebartels wrote:Several 2-3 mile walks on blacktop went fine. One local hike pushing off odd angled rocks had my baby soft feet cracking to the oldies.
And we can all breathe a little easier knowing this! Welcome back, Joe!joebartels wrote: I knew at that split second everything would be okay
- teva joe
And none of this matters if you are stuck in a storm in the Grand Canyon...it has it's own rules. ;)flagscott wrote: Also, when camping in bad weather with a tarp, you'll want to be careful about site selection and how you orient the tarp. None of these things are hard to learn, but practice helps.
I'm jealous.slowandsteady wrote:Karl (BiFrost) and I are doing 1,2 & 3 from April 18-20th. We plan on doing a section a day and car camping. Not sure if that intrigues you at all....
Tibber has plastic beer glass shaped ones with the fancy LED lights!chumley wrote:By "glassware" te-wa means plastic cups in the shape of wine glasses with fancy LED lights in them.