Appalachian Trail Happiness: My Best & Reader’s Favorite Posts

Appalachian Trail Happiness: My Best & Reader’s Favorite Posts

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First you examine the environment, then you examine your gear, finally you examine yourself ~ Colin Fletcher

Today, a collection of some of my favorite and reader’s favorite posts about the AT, enjoy and have a happy day my friends ~ Rev Kane

Trail Community – the piece I got the most comments and likes for this year, for good reason, trail community is the best part of hiking the AT.

Quitting the Appalachian Trail – I love this piece it speaks to how proud all AT hikers should be for whatever they accomplish on the trail, no matter how many miles.

Gaer Lists –  the post that got the most views, a collection of gear lists for hiking the AT.

Appalachian Trail Happiness: Three Questions – a new way to journal on the trail

fix trekking polesAppalachian Trail Happiness: Precious Moments – some of my favorite recollections from my hike this summer.

My Favorite Little Hiker – A post about the littlest hiker on the AT this summer, little adorable Liv

Fantastic Fungi – So many cool fungi I photographed on the trail this summer

Brassie Brook Shelter – One of my absolute favorite spots on the trail

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The prettiest place on the trail – A post about a really amazing gem on the trail that I didn’t expect.

Appalachian Trail Happiness: Selfie Progression – My selfie shots along my hike

Appalachian Trail Snow Hiking Tips – self explanatory

About revmichaelkane

Michael Kane is an educator, change agent, adventurer and general sampler of life.
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