Well, my stats are are fine and dandy, but I actually am not that concerned with them this year. as long as I hike and keep active, I'll be happy with where ever they happen to end up. March was a solid month, I wanted to have 1 month this year over 30,000', just because.
I noticed the other day that aside from a few "new" or different hikes, all of my hikes lately have basically been the same repeats of things I did in the past, like Kimball, or repeats of excercise hills like Camelback and Piestewa. I am OK with that, but I feel like I am just too boring. Hopefully, a trip to California, and warmer weather will get me out to the Sierra Anchas, and some new hikes for me. My hiking map is a concentration of red dots over 4 towns ( 5 when set to USA and NM is seen), and green and black dots barely noticeable around the periphery. Just a few orange ones from Kayenta or things I also repeated last year in Tucson, like Wrightson. Creature of habit I may be, but I would like to fill in the empty space with some black and green this year. Stats are all well and good, but I will never be a 500,000' club member, you only live once, and I want to see more than the same stuff 200 times over.
If you're having trail problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but hiking ain't one.