Only two or three miles left to go.
Yes, I wear utility kilts. Mainly around the home and when I’m hiking/backpacking. I find them exceptionally comfortable and practical. It’s a shame they are not as socially acceptable as they ought to be. If you’ve not tried wearing one, don’t knock them. And if you have, you’ll probably agree with me on the, dare I say it, utility of them…
Lunch break, and I’m showing a bit too much thigh – I had a choice of routes to take today. The short route takes the North Fork Loop east back to the Ozark Trail, where I could get back to the trailhead. The longer route goes south, and into the Devil’s Backbone Wilderness, and returns to Highway CC via the McGarr Ridge Trail. One-minute read
Three Days Backpacking with a Hammock at Hercules Glades Wilderness – It was time to go out on my long awaited backpacking trip with a hammock. Plan ‘A’ was for us to go on a quick, one-night visit to Hercules Glades Wilderness. When Ginger decided she wasn’t going, I quickly came up with Plan ‘B’ which transformed the quick one-nighter into a solo three-day, Friday through Sunday trip. Trip write-up: Ten-minute read, 55 pictures