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Hiking for a Better View of Humanity

By Jennifer

Sometimes to really get to know people you have to walk a mile on their home turf.

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Deep Thoughts from Linville Gorge

By Jennifer

Hiking through Linville Gorge I observed water twisting, turning, pooling, and cascading; adapting as needed in order to move forward and meet the ocean. And when I climbed Table Rock Mountain and gazed down on the deep valley below, I was able to witness the long-term impact of persistent fluidity.

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Fuel for the MST

By Jennifer

 

Bars are a hiker’s best friend.

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Run a Mile in his Trail Runners

By Jennifer

I think we can inspire one another, but motivation must come from within. 

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Making the Most of Basecamp

By Jennifer

There is something in sports called the ‘Home Field’ or ‘Home Court’ advantage and hiking on the Mountains to Sea Trail it is clear we are experiencing attributes of being on our ‘Home Trail.’  

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An "Eggcelent" Trail Food

By Jennifer

Your muscles need protein to rebuild and eating just two eggs can provide 24% of your daily recommended intake.

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Hike a Mile in Her Boots

By Jennifer

"When I was trapped indoors for so long, painfully sick, I thought about being in the woods."

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Better than Nutella - Justin's Nut Butters

By Jennifer

It comes in these single serving packages which are perfect for stashing in your pockets or the hip belt of your backpack for a quick pick me up.

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Making it through Week One - Barely!

By Jennifer

“Any hiking, including along the MST, is focused on the present. You are not thinking about what you did yesterday and you are not worrying about what you will do tomorrow. You are focused on the trail you are walking that day." 

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Our family is about to hike the Mountains to Sea Trail across North Carolina.

By Jennifer

Here are some thoughts and "key-words" as we prepare for our 1,175 walk across the state.

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