There was a moment during my recent hiking trip to Canada when I found myself asking an important existential question. Do I even like hiking? See, as regular blog readers will know, I tend to have the occasional meltdown while climbing up hills (see this post from back in May). I worked hard before thisContinue reading “On top of the world: The Sulpher Skyline Trail”
How far we’d come…how far I’d come in the years since we started these adventures, that I was actually planning on and really looking forward to a hike up a hill in the dark.
It’s been a while since…a lot of things. Since I took my camera out for a spin. Since I last went hiking. Since I last blogged. It’s also been a while since I shared plans to leave Boston for a new job and a new adventure…and I won’t lie, it’s been a looong wait toContinue reading “Hike 21 of the #52hikechallenge: Last time at Ward Reservation”
Two years ago, Mt. Monadnock kicked my ass. So, when a break in the heat was forecast, and with an office-mate eager to join, it only seemed fitting to try again. We set out “early” from Boston, in an effort to beat what we knew would be big crowds. We only marginally succeeded, but onContinue reading “Hike 20 of the #52hikechallenge: Mount Monadnock”
I won’t lie – it’s getting tougher to find inspiration for the #52hikechallenge these days. I am longing for a trip where I can pack 3 or 4 hikes into a couple of days; I’m longing for a trip that takes me to canyons and mountain lakes and waterfalls. But, my work schedule and someContinue reading “Hikes 18 & 19 of the #52hikechallenge: Dogs rule”