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At around 4 AM I usually sleepily become aware that I need to turn over or pee or that it might be morning. By 5:30 or 5:45 Abby (now known as Cheshire) or I has begun stirring and shuffling: hiking … Continue reading
After our first sweaty day of hiking, I spent the night shivering in the valley of Hauser Creek trying to reconcile my preconceived idea of the PCT with my actual experience. I felt awkward and new, like a chunky square … Continue reading
Big news!! Another dark winter has passed! A brief winter catch-up: This winter I worked for Maine Huts and Trails at a hut on the edge of Flagstaff Lake (the foot of the Bigelow Mountains, just north of Sugarloaf). Days and days of … Continue reading
Arriving at Wednesday of the last week of classes brings to mind… The List of Things that Terrify Me: 1) I will separate from some wonderful people who live in far away cities and countries around the ENTIRE WORLD. Luckily, … Continue reading
Sun!! It is the second sunny day in a row here in Humlebæk, so I am up before brunch to sit in the square of sunlight in my room and feel…blissful. Last week was a main-subject intensive. I was … Continue reading
A picture of the outdoor class directly after the icy dip! I hope Kat McNeil can see her shorts getting some good Danish use!!
After Hallingelille, we stopped in Odense, Åarhus, and Samsø. Some pictures from Hallingelille that I didn’t post earlier: Roshan from Nepal helping to build their new learning center. The troops freezing and fairly miserable at an old ceramics factory … Continue reading