About Me

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Chris, and I am currently traveling around the country with my dog Sierra. We recently completed a 1,200 mile trek of the Appalachian Trail, which merely sparked our thirst for adventure and travel.

I was born in California, where I lived with my parents until I graduated from Berkeley High School in 2003, at which point I moved to Santa Fe, NM to attend the College of Santa Fe. New Mexico proved not to be a good match for me. After the first semester I transferred up north to The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA, where I have lived ever since. Living in the northwest turned me into a true outdoor enthusiast . The availability of every type of outdoor activity you could ever want was difficult to ignore. After a few years of small backpacking trips and day hikes I decided to do something bigger. Our attempt to thru hike the Appalachian Trail was that adventure.

We are now on the road traveling across the country with an end goal of my best friends wedding in Framingham, MA. After that brief hiatus we will be heading up north to Maine and into Canada, then back down along the Appalachian Trail, this time by car, visiting family, doing day hikes and side trails I was not able to do on the thru hike, as well as biking a portion of the blue ridge parkway.

If you have any questions or comments feel free to post them on the blog, I will always respond to anyone who takes the time to read about what I am doing. I also appreciate any input people may have about places to go, or things to do or see.

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