I was most disappointed to find it didn’t snow in the night. Those were words I was going to regret later. We were up and away early, hitting the Sullivan McDonald’s for a couple of Egg McMuffins before going to... Continue Reading →
I started the day with a monster hangover. Which, of course, was totally my own fault. I obviously ate far too much cheese. I didn’t even start to feel human until the early afternoon, and lunch today was our only... Continue Reading →
I love my little Fuji Finepix F30 compact, it produces such ‘painterly’ pictures.
Gary and Ginger at the end of our Berryman Trail backpacking trip (365:083). [8 pictures]
Today was a very windy day. We weren’t sure there would be water at our proposed overnight stopping point in Smith Mill Hollow, so we filled up with water before leaving Brazil Creek. Once more we had a late start,... Continue Reading →
Last night we slept under the stars. Although it was a warm-ish night, 55°F or so, without the flysheet set it felt quite cool, in my 0°F bag I was hot and I kept it unzipped all night. I took... Continue Reading →
Near Floyd Tower Road, heading towards Harmon Spring Trail Camp. The day started dull and grey, with the overnight temperature somewhere around 45°F but it warmed up to 80°F later and was nice and sunny at times. We had a... Continue Reading →
Today the sun shone. Which was a relief after last night’s downpour. It didn’t take us too long to pack up the tent and our packs and move the van to the Berryman trail head parking lot. We left the... Continue Reading →
At a service station in Eureka, Missouri, just off the I44. While Ginger and the four kids (our three plus a friend) were making use of the facilities I decided to squeeze in a quick SP and a tiny bit... Continue Reading →
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