To top it off, once we got to the spring, I drank the cool, clean mountain water and must have been bitten by the hiking bug.
2018 is my year for an AT thru-hike and I cannot wait!
Our job is to live vicariously and envy their existence. I'm a student at Bowling Green State University studying creative writing and sociology.
Aside from school, I'm an avid seeker of adventure and experience.
My list of hobbies (more like obsessions), include competitive bass fishing, kayaking, white-water rafting, road-tripping, hiking, texas-holdem, and when I'm stuck in school...reading.
Over the past three years, I've spent most of my time road-tripping around the United States—focused on visiting National Parks/Forests.
To be completely useful any surname list should have a geographic location and a time period.
But this is just a fun little exercise and if you spot a name of interest, just let me know and we'll compare dates and locations.I am a nature lover, biologist, yogini, former science teacher and fashionista that will somehow make all this work out in the wild for 6 months! I would like to show my friends and former students to never give up on their dreams and be able show everyone a part of America that is somewhat tucked away.I'm looking forward to meeting all the genuine trail folks, getting back in touch with nature, and living with just what I can physically carry on my own back. There is still a wild America out there and everyone could benefit from a few days in the mountains reconnecting to nature.W SURNAMES: Warner, Wash, Wastell, Watkins, Webb, Werner, Whibley, White, Whiting, Wildbore, Williams, Winne, Wood, Wust, Wyersdr., Wynter Join me - maybe we connect!The following awesome people are the official bloggers of the The Trek.It's a cute idea but I don't think it's wise to be providing such detail, especially your mother's maiden name, as it is often the secret question asked on sites where you require a password to log in.