This isn’t an ordinary trip. I wanted to get a few more miles under my belt, so I came up with the idea for my ‘Four Days, Three Nights, Two Wildernesses‘ hike. Here I am back at the trailhead at the end of the first part: two and a half days, two nights, and one wilderness crossed off the list.
Now to drive a hundred miles, and put in another mile or two before setting up for my third night, this time in Hercules Glades Wilderness. I’m going for something easy. My old favorite, the Pees Hollow Trail.
What you can’t see. The lower temps caught me out. I’m actually wearing a hiking kilt, which I swapped for the hiking pants I’d left in the van.
I don’t usually meet many people on the trail — especially during the week — today I met eight (according to the sign-in sheet at the trailhead) on horseback. I’ve no idea what they made of me, but one horse was spooked, and one of the guys asked me if there was anything to see. “Just trees and leaves.” I replied.