Mighty Blue On The Appalachian Trail: The Ultimate Mid-Life Crisis
About This Show
This show is about what it was like to hike the AT in 2014 as a fat 61-year-old with zero hiking experience. Guests join me to share their stories and insights all the way from Georgia to Maine. At the end of each episode is a chapter from my book My Appalachian Trial I: Three Weddings and a Sabbatical.
Most Recent Episode
Episode #23 - Charlotte Taney (Two-Pack)
5 days ago
Charlotte Taney was transformed by the Appalachian Trail. Initially nervous, she blossomed into a steely-eyed hiking machine. That, at least, was how she was described in one blog. She tells about her journey and the changes she recognized in herself. Charlotte would love to hear from fellow hikers or anybody who'd like to tap into her experiences. She can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org, while you can read her blog about the Appalachian Trail on Blogspot. The link will take you to part one of her trail journey. She's also on Facebook. Jessa continues to prepare diligently, with an early shakedown of her pack. Please keep trail names for Jessa coming in. Brandon Bowers of Cascade Designs told us about my favorite air pad, the Therm-A-Rest Neo Air XLite. This far exceeded expectations (how could it not; I didn't even know I needed one) and I kept snug and comfortable at night. You can find out more about Therm-A-Rest and other outdoor gear by Cascade Designs by calling them at 800-531-9531. We had another visit from our very own Triple-Crowner, my buddy, Francisco Miller, or Karate Kid. Remember to write to me to tell me what I'm doing wrong, and right. Drop me a line about anything to email@example.com.