Indelible Views Amid the Misery

HIKING THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL (THE REAL ONE) Curtis Seltzer At the unpleasant hour of 4:16 a.m. one Monday, I woke up with the mostly pleasant realization that I would never walk the entire Appalachian Trail in one calendar year. This monkey was now off my back.  I was, however, upset that I would not have the opportunity to fail. First, it’s big.  The Appalachian Trail, or AT, is a near 2,200-mile-long footpath that links Maine’s Mount Katahdin to Georgia’s Springer Mountain.  Most of [...]
Continue reading