Day 123 – 127
I’ve just spent 5 wonderful days with my family…. mother, sister, 5 brothers, 2 brothers-in-law, 3 sisters-in-law, 4 nieces, 2 nephews, nephew’s girlfriend, plus a cousin I haven’t seen in about 50 years.
I am all fattened and rested up for my hike through Washington. I’m on my way back to Cascade Locks today and might even hike some today.
Check out PCT.org for a story on brewerys in Cascade Locks.
Welcome to the Grand State of Washington!
Thank you. My original plan for the summer was to re-hike Washington. The warmup is done. Now for the main event.
Wow! You are moving fast! I was hoping to be a trail angel for you somewhere in Washington. But I will be doing Stehekin to Stevens north to south next week: the 9th to 14th. Maybe I will be back and catch you somewhere. Also I would love to ask you questions about your gear. So if I don’t see you, perhaps you can email me a list after you’ve completed your hike. I want to lighten my load if I can. Plus my backpack seems to ride too low or bulged out –what pack do you have and how much does it weigh? And my tent is 39 ounces; what’s yours. And sleeping bag –mine is too heavy at 2 pounds.
Kylee Liberty Kyle Sonnabend-Liberty
Of course I would love to help you lighten your load. As Warner Springs Monty says “the fun goes up when the weight goes down.” I hope to add my gear list to my blog when I get home. My big 3 in gear is all ZPacks, http://www.zpacks.com Arc blast pack, 30 degree sleeping bag, and Hexamid solplex tent. Check the website for weights.