New Hampshire

on 16 July 2009

Yesterday my cousin Jon met us on the trail for a couple days. Last
night Kevin, Jon, Mr Giroux, Lucy and myself marched through Hanover,
NH and turned a couple heads as we hiked along the streets and
eventually retreated back into the woods to find a camp spot. Hanover
is a cool little town (home of Dartmouth College). We should be
entering the White Mountains in a day or two.

9 comments:

Mr. DeVoe's parents said...

Hey Jon,

Good to see you were able to join Chad, Kevin and Lucy on the trail! Hopefully you can convince Chad to get a haircut like yours when he is done! (ha) Enjoy the walk and time together.

Miss Coffey said...

Jon- You're wearing the wrong shirt for the AT ("BIKE"). Good luck!!!

ryan said...

Are you wearing a kilt?

Anonymous said...

i think they were just jealous of your totally awesomerific beard and mustache combo. either that or you look like a hobo with a backpack :3
But a totally cool hobo!
Have fun in the mountains! Yodel yodel!
Your almost done!!!!! moohaha....ha!

-Alissa

Anonymous said...

once you get home, how long do you think you will be stinky for?

Anonymous said...

I bet you hit 15000 viewers by the time you are done

you should have todated a penny per viewer during your voyage.

Ms. B. said...

I see the picture and I think, "Wow, Mr. Giroux looks a bit different," and then I read it's your cousin....but does he have a white streak like Mr. Giroux or am I going batty from fun this weekend?

So you're a little too wild for civilization? And, at a college town? Whew! You guys must be real mountain men!!

Anonymous said...

yo mr devoe no offense but SHAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if i was in school right now i would but im not so sorry but any way keep hikeing and stay heathy and dont give up peace!

From jake howell

Anonymous said...

Hi Mr. Devoe, I stumbled upon this link while searching for a job as an elementary teacher position. My 10 year old son and I have completed 100 of the Finger Lakes Trails 568 miles and we love it. It was very enjoyable to read about your journey. I would love to contact you in the future for a few tips about planning longer journeys. so far we have maxed out at 4 days and 3 nights at a pop. By the way, you have got to try out Hennesseys Hammock tents-they are to die for! lol

Larry Silba

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