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Monthly Archives: April 2017
I thought that Sassafras Mountain was steep, but I soon found that Justus Mountain is steeper. (Maybe I’m still just exhausted from Sassafras, – – – – but of course I would never admit that.) And then I found this: … Continue reading
It is still raining a bit after the storms last night, but it finally cleared at about 10:00 AM. I’m leaving the Hawk Mountain Shelter and beginning the climb up Sassafras Mountain. First a dip down to High Tower Gap, Then … Continue reading
I woke up after a couple of hours of sleep, mainly because increased activity around the shelter. The rain had stopped, but the word of impending thunderstorms had spread in the hiking community. The shelter was full, and there had to … Continue reading
It rained last night. The tent worked well, kept the water out, away from my sleeping bag, and me. However, the blue tarp that I had under the tent, actually allowed the water that fell on it, along with leaf … Continue reading
I arrived at the Stover Creek Shelter at about 2:00 PM. Nobody was around, so I signed the “Trail Log” for this shelter with a message, and signed my new Trail Name, “SweetOleBob”. The Trail runs along Stover Creek for … Continue reading
Hi Folks, Judy just dropped me off in the parking lot which is about a mile below the peak of Springer Mountain. The plan now is to walk up to the peak and the beginning of the trail. Once I get … Continue reading
The Overlook Inn This is where Judy an I stayed the first night in Chatsworth, Georgia. It’s a really great B&B with great views, great service and very friendly Folks. It comes complete with a gourmet breakfast. I highly recommend … Continue reading
Hi Folks, I’ve got everything ready to go (Except the stuff I won’t remember until I’m two days down the trail) , and Judy’s taking me to Georgia. What could possibly go wrong???
Saturday afternoon I decided that it was time to test out the gear that I have been carrying around in my backpack for the last couple of weeks. So I registered for a campsite with the ODNR Forestry and hiked … Continue reading