The first leg of the route is basically finished and it is time to go to GA. We wanted to make it two or three more days to the PA/NJ border but since it is cold rain (we have not forgotten about hypothermia) and we are close to a car we are OUT.
The trail teaches adaptability.
It’s time to go to Amicalola Falls GA to hike the 850 miles north to Waynesboro VA.
Hike Day 38 will feel GA soil under sole.
Thanks to our new friends Mike and Lindy Sheridan at Common Ground Farm and Retreat in Kempton, PA for making our Mother’s Day stay incredible. Looking forward to returning later this summer to start the final push to Katahdin!