Yeah, I probably had about 250 miles of unreported hikes this year, not counting fitness or routine hikes. Maybe 40,000 feet of AEG (again, not counting conditioning hikes, which would double it).
Good luck! I keep postponing it, but ought to stop working while I'm still (mostly) capable of doing whatever I please.RedRoxx44 wrote:If all goes well I will be retired by Nov 1, 2019
Or nonexistent. When I backpacked out and back on Weatherford to the peak, I carried enough for the whole trip. And I didn't see a drop of water the whole way, except what people had cached at the saddle.hikeaz wrote:water is scarce
I would prefer the north pole to be tilted toward the sun year-round. People in the southern hemisphere would probably disagree.Jim_H wrote:Some say that it has been fall since the Summer Solstice, since the days have been waning since then.
I wish we could say the same in NJ. Our dry season was too wet, leaving the ground already saturated going into hurricane season.Jim_H wrote:Looks like the summer monsoon/ storm season may be at an end
I don't mind any of that, except the snow. I don't wish to shovel it or travel on it any more.azbackpackr wrote:I don't want to see old dead leaves, or snow. Don't wanna wear long pants or a jacket.