PCT: blog posts and you! June

Hi Readers!

We’ve been so busy hiking that we forgot to post our website June statistics. After a pronounced absence the Greeks are in the house! (I can’t deny the fact that you like me, right now, you like me!) We’re hopeful that our friends Gregory and Kathleen will travel to India (soon) to bump up our numbers there also.

We’re still amazed at how many folks, from all over the world, take the time to read our blog. You help make our thru-hiking attempt even more rewarding.

It’s fun to see the locations of the smaller hits, like Jersey. (Who’s reading our blog in Jersey? We want to come visit you!)

In any case, be it one reader from Uzbekistan or thousands of readers from the United States, we appreciate your time investment in us. Hopefully we’re delivering content that you find engaging. If there’s something you’d like us to touch on, drop us a note. No promises, but we’ll try.

Feel free to drop a comment on a post here and there. We do want to hear from you!

If you like what we’re doing, would you take a moment and click one of the share buttons at the bottom of a post? Perhaps your friends and family would enjoy our blog too!

4 thoughts on “PCT: blog posts and you! June

  1. Ahaha! The Norfolk Island one is me! In case you aren’t aware – Norfolk Island is a tiny, little 8km by 5km island which is found in the Pacific Ocean halfway between Australia and New Zealand. I’m planning on attempting the PCT next year (yes, training involves walking the whole circumference of the island!) and have really been enjoying following along on your journey. Thanks for posting every day – that’s a big effort as well! Cheers, Mel

    1. Hi Mel! I’m now enjoying reading up about Norfolk Island! It’s so interesting to learn about a new location. Thanks for following our crazy adventure. It’s fun to meet our readers! S/N

  2. No plans for India. We had slow internet in Turkey, thus not too many hits!

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