Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Sweatin' to the Oldies in New Hampshire

Well, we finally got out of Maine. We did it in just over 3 weeks and we are really excited to be in New Hampshire. We're writing from the Gorham public library. We stopped in today to do a food and gear resupply. We hiked 12 miles into town today and we still have to do another 2 miles to the shelter that we'll be staying at tonight.

The weather has been humid and hot but at least we're not freezing at night anymore. We're starting to meet a whole lot of north bounders on the trail as well as summer camp groups. We're still hiking w/ Keith and Lisa (we're known as the "Joe's Hole Posse") and we're trying to catch up to our SOBO friends from New Jersey Bewildered, Tribo, and Little Debbie and the Carolina boys Spud and Nemo. Hopefully we can catch them before Mt. Washington, so we can celebrate together. The Whites should be awesome!

Just a quck thanks to all the folks that have been good to us on the trail, we really appreciate the hitches in to town! (high octane, honey & bear, bones to name a few)

2 Comments:

At 5:44 AM, Blogger bewildered's dad said...

Bewildered, Little Debbie and Tribo (Tugboat?) headed south out of Gorham on Monday, the 27th. Not sure if they were going to wait around Mt Washington for the others to catch up.

 
At 10:31 AM, Blogger Mike Schroth said...

Hey Mike, Blake & friends from Georgia,

Great to meet you guys at Carter Notch Hut yesterday good luck on your journey. Go Huskies!

 

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