Monthly Archives: August 2014

Day 128/129 – Crater Lake

Day 128:(16 miles) mile 1815 – 1830.5 (Mazama Village) In fortunately there are no pictures to share with today’s trek into Mazama.  The phone is deader than dead.  We are hoping that actual 110v power source through a direct feed … Continue reading

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Day 127 – 1800 baby

Day 127: (20.6 miles) mile 1794.4 – 1815 It rained hard most of the night, and even hailed pea sizes balls of ice for a spell.  The good thing is that our tent preformed perfectly.  We woke warm and dry, … Continue reading

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Day 126 – Tedium

Day 126: (20.2 miles) mile 1774.2 – 1794.4 Today was really slow and uneventful. It seemed as if we were walking on a tread mill. The miles dragged on and on. Our main focus was making it to the next … Continue reading

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Day 125 – Pumice anyone?

Day 125: (19.2 miles) mile 1755 – 1774.2 We left camp without our friends, Mike and Delaney.  Mike saw us off while Delaney continued to slumber.  There will be a next time we tell Mike.  For what ever reason we … Continue reading

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Day 123 – Ashland zero #23

Day 123: (0 miles) Today is filled with chores.  Our friend Mike and his daughter Delaney pick us up at Callahan’s after a hearty breakfast.  We have food shopping for our resupply, and a visit to the REI in Medford … Continue reading

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Day 124 – Old School

Day 124: (20 miles to include back tracking) mile 1743.1 – 1756.4 Today we walk with our good friend Mike and his daughter, our God daughter, Delaney.  Mike did the PCT in 1977 and wants to share a bit of … Continue reading

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Day 122 – To the barn

Day 122: (19.5 miles) mile 1707 – 1726.5 We survived the night, and awoke to a brilliant sunrise.  The fire across from us was still burning, bit slowly and hadn’t grown very much.  The sky is hazy with smoke.  It … Continue reading

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