Monthly Archives: August 2014

Day 136 – Sisters to Bend

Day 136: (4.2 miles) mile 1984.4 – 1989.6 The air was moist and misting when we awoke.  It was not rain that was causing the overall dampness, but the low ceiling of a cloud was resting upon the ridge line … Continue reading

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Day 135 – The splendor of Sister’s

Day 135: (19.3 miles) mile 1965.1 – 1984.4 Today was all about spectacular views.  Although it was somewhat overcast, it made the Sisters more mysterious and spectacular.  Just like sisters in a family, they were similar yet each had its … Continue reading

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Day 133 – Moist days

Day 133: (25.8 miles) mile 1913 – 1936.6 + 2.2 ” bonus miles ” We got lucky, as it only rained lightly off and on throughout the night.  We dressed and packed up inside the “comfort” of our tent.  The … Continue reading

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Day 134 – Sisters!

Day 134: (28.5 miles) mile 1936.6 – 1965.1 We awoke to a dry camp this morning of which we were pleasantly surprised, however, the mornings have turned cold. It’s getting more difficult each morning to get out of the warm … Continue reading

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Day 132 – Shelter Cove

Day 132: (26 miles) mile 1887 – 1913 We walked with a bit of extra energy this morning because we were going to Shelter Cove where we can shower, do laundry, eat, and pick up our resupply package. Nothing gets … Continue reading

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Day 131 – blah blah blah

Day 131: (20.5 miles) mile 1866.5 – 1887 Lately the trail has flattened out a bit. Trees and other green growie things everywhere. Nothing else can be seen and it feels claustrophobic walking in a forest corridor. The trail usually … Continue reading

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Day 130 – High in Oregon

Day 130: (23 miles) mike 1843.5 – 1866.5 Today was all about managing our water.  We thought when we were done with the desert, we were done with worrying and planning for long stretches without water.  We were also under … Continue reading

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