PCT: July blog posts and you!

Hi Readers!

Have we said thanks for following us? Thank you! We really appreciate the time you’re investing in our PCT thru-hike attempt.

As Noelle mentioned in her post PCT: Building Community, you’re part of our trail family. Each month we’re just tickled to see where you’re geographically located when you read our blog. (We’ve heard that you enjoy looking at these lists too.)

Last month we loved that Mel from Norfolk Island replied to let us know that he was reading our blog! We’d love to hear from you too. Don’t be a stranger! We’re genuinely curious about our readers!

We’re glad to see that the Greek love for our blog is still present…but perhaps waning a bit. Turkey is in the house too!

So many places that we’d love to visit, but that’s a different hiking adventure.

As always, if you like our content, please share it with your social media peeps. There’s a whole load of sharing buttons at the bottom of every post. We’re grateful to each of you who’ve already shared our blog with your peeps! Thank you!

See you on the trail-


5 thoughts on “PCT: July blog posts and you!

  1. Love following your adventure. Yours is the first email I read every morning.

    1. Thank you, Ann. Hope you and EJ are doing well! ❤️

  2. Steven & Noelle, Great pics of where you guys have been! Stunned by the amount of fire damage all along the trail. Amazed by the residual damage everywhere. it will take many years for the forests to recover, if they can. Love, Mom n Dad

  3. Hello Steve and Noelle, well done, I think adventuring out on this kind of walk will bring about big change of attitude to life and self. I am delighted for both of you and especially that you have worked the situation out to suit both of you. Top communication marks for that one. I dont think photos can do any justice to the scenery or the experience but they do give us a sense of what its all about. I really love reading about adventurous people and people who take the “Yes” lets do it. I see that you have just one other person from Ireland so THE BEST OF IRISH LUCK TO YOU BOTH……………….take care and keep enjoying the Journey……………..Marian

  4. Chainsaw Manlove August 22, 2019 — 1:13 pm

    The Greeks are a fickle bunch, and you need to entice them with more than musings of your body odor and how tasty your urine is. Perhaps if the turntable was spinning some Yanni or Sakis Rouvas every now and then you would see a significant bump in your greco love.

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