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At Mile 869.5 of the AT on Sunday, June 21, 2015 (11:02 PM). Google Maps link to my location: http://maps.google.com/maps?z=14&t=m&q=38.08552,+-78.78554 So helping Kat off the mountain finally caught up with me. I ended up with a stomach virus after a long 22 mile day. Thank God it was on the way into Waynesboro, VA where I was planning to stop and resupply. It was only a 5 mile hike to the road to then catch a hitch to town. After 2 nights at Quality Inn I was able to keep food and water down so I packed my shit up, went grocery shopping, stopped and did laundry, of course called and wished my Dad a happy Father’s day, and then started hitching for a ride back to the trail. That is when two of the best people I have met so far went out on a limb and picked up a hiker!… Introducing Deb and Ron. They pulled over last second and offered me a ride… Better yet they offered me a beer with the ride… And wait for it…. Then they offered to take me to a brewery for more beer and lunch with some of their family! This is a hikers dream!!! We ended up at a beautiful brewery called Blue Mountain Brewery. If you are ever in the Charlottesville, VA area take a side trip there. It is well worth the trip for great beer and food. Anyways, Deb and Ron treated me to a great lunch and beer while letting me crash the family lunch with Ron’s sister Lynda and her husband Bill as well as his brother Bruce and his wife Martie. Bruce has been doing sections of the AT for about 40 years, a week at a time and is 80% complete! I hope you choose to complete it someday Bruce!!! It was great meeting all of you and sharing some stories over a great lunch and good beer! If any of you are ever in Arizona reach out to me and I will return the favor. Thank you as well for getting my spirits back up after being sick for a few days. It is very interesting out here. The saying is don’t worry about it the trail will provide. Today, it definitely provided! After I got back to the trail I got a text from Kat saying she was on her way back to rejoin the trail. Welcome back Kat. It’s great to see you back out here. We ended up meeting at Beagle Gap in Shenandoah National Park. She brought me a butt pad (I’ll upload a pic when I can take a pic in the day light) as well as some left over steak from a BBQ her family had today! A butt pad is key out here when all there is to sit on are rocks or logs. The steak was the dessert of the day. Today was a good day!!! Thanks for all of the positive moments when I needed them most! lastly… Deb, Ron, Bill, Lynda, Bruce, and Martie, text me your addresses and I will add you all to my post card list. I don’t send many but I would definitely like to include you all 🙂 Happy Trails once again! Order Valium Online UkBuy Adipex Canada
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Near Mile 781.7 of the AT (2.6 miles from the trail) on Sunday, June 14, 2015 (10:48 PM). Google Maps link to my location: http://maps.google.com/maps?z=14&t=m&q=37.62929,+-79.44926 One of the girls (Kat) that I have been hiking with ended up sick and 3 of us hiked her gear off the mountain and hitched to Glasgow so she could get a ride to the hospital. She’s good but the doctor thinks it was a virus. I’m guessing some dehydration was mixed in because it’s been damn hot out here. I hope she feels better soon and makes it back on the trail. The local boy scouts built a shelter for the hikers to have a place to stay while in town. The best part is that they put a shower with warm water in as well! While here I met Rocking Ronny. He played guitar and sang all night long around the fire. I’m back out on the trail tomorrow and looking forward to meeting Jeff Petersen at the beginning of Shenandoah Park at Mile 907. If we can make some good miles he may be there for the 1000 mile mark.
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