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All dressed up…No place to go

So I started a draft of this post the begining of March, and got a little busy.  Today I returned to it and my how things have evolved! Worried We are a little less than a month out from what … Continue reading

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2Moremiles…and TheTrek.co

I have yet to figure out how to copy the text of the posts I have made on thetrek.co.  It’s the luddite in me.  So, what I propose to do, is create a 2moremiles post with a link to the … Continue reading

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We’re having a thru-hike…Again!

It’s been nearly 6 years since Paul and I completed our thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). In-between those years we have walked the Camino de Santiago, the Chilkoot Trail, the Trans Catalina Trail (TCT)…again, climbed Mount Whitney via … Continue reading

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Utah hunt

(October 16-24, 2019) Even though we put in every year for the rifle mule deer hunt in southern Utah, it seems that we’ve gotten into a three year cycle of getting drawn…but not all together, which was a bummer this … Continue reading

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A little backlogged

So I’m a little back logged with the posting of some adventures this past year. I have two more to finish writing up, and had hoped to post them before the end of the year, but alas I have been … Continue reading

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The History of the United States Capitol

In keeping with our DC Tourist adventures, I found this video of the United States Capitol (of which recent restoration has been completed) to be interesting and informative.  

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DC Tourist – Day 7 (final day)

(October 8, 2019) It being our last DC Tourist day, it was only fitting that we finish the “mystery” of the Capitol Stones.  Our day three DC excursion included hiking to the plain sight “storage” of the U.S. Capitol building’s … Continue reading

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