Maine Junction

on 15 July 2009

Here is a picture of Maine Junction, the place where the Long Trail
and AT split. We continued east after here and are heading toward New
Hampshire. We've been fortunate enough to slackpack for a few days now
and are covering over 20 miles a day. Mr Giroux is still here and
holding up well.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats Guys... it seems like the comments have died off the last couple weeks.

Anonymous said...

nice Beards

Anonymous said...

Hi Gentlemen! Glad you are all doing well. 500 miles, what a milestone. I just wanted to let you know I am sending you a care package with the help of my hiking friend Emily for the Aug 2nd pick-up! WAY TO GO!!!

Ms. Pratt

Anonymous said...

This is Awesome! Not too much further. The question is... Will the beards stay or go when you are done with the trail???? Way to go guys!

Miss Coffey said...

My dad says you should just walk home when you're done. When I told him that's not an option, he called you a wuss.

Ms. B. said...

You guys look great and sound just as good. I saw Courtney this afternoon when she was trying out her new kayaks. Looking forward to seeing you too. You're really heading into the finish here!

Miss Coffey said...

Congrats on state 13! New average to finish by August 15th (442.3 miles in 31 days): 14.2 miles!

Anonymous said...

do you ever get lost or were you able to stay on the trail the whole time? any back tracking?

good luck!

Julie said...

You both look so happy in this picture!!! You are really cruising! Hi to Giroux.

Anonymous said...

Let me know when you want to have a "welcome back" picnic at Otisco. It will be soon.

I am dropping a package in the mail for the 23rd. think it will get there in time? If not I will send it to Maine!

Anonymous said...

Cant wait for some Fire poi with that hairy beard!

Anonymous said...

Are you going to walk everywhere you go now?

ryan said...

Nice beards.

Anonymous said...

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