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Into the Wild


Yep, that's all the earthly possessions I will have for the next week!

We're hiking in Maine this week on the AT.

Excitement and dread.

Keep me in mind (and pray for little/no rain!)

Have a good week!

Comments

Lindsey said…
FUN!!!!! I love it!
I am kind of sad that I am going to have to hang up my pack for a few years.
Take TONS of pictures! :)
Why dread?! You'll have so much fun. I will pray for no/little rain! Eek! It's kind of expected this time of year though, right?
OH, Don't hike in Crocs if it's raining... you'll slide everywhere!
Pam said…
Have fun! Read a great book about a hike on the AT -(A Walk in the Woods) - sounds exciting! Hope you had enough space to bring a camera - I'm looking forward to seeing some of your adventures!
Scrapacat said…
I am sooooo sorry! I've neglected your blog!! Even so...you never fail to make me laugh. I love this photo, and I wish I was out with ya. Hugs girlie!!
~ky
Unknown said…
Bek, wow, what a fun trip! Be careful and safe out there! When you get back, go take a look at my blog...I have something there for you! *smile*

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