The youngest Neville to ever climb Katahdin, my 10-year old sister Sophia recaps our most recent jaunt up the big hill.
Tag: New England Hiking
The First Month On The Island
It’s been a whirlwind of a month, here’s a brief summary of our short time on the island so far.
Acadia, Stars, and Crushing Mountains with my Mom and Sister
My mom has never climbed a mountain (to my knowledge) in her whole life. I guess that’s kind of what happens when you’re a military wife raising three kids and uprooting every three years to who knows where. So when I got a text from her a few weeks ago telling me she had her…
Matt Wojciak Previews Our Upcoming Attempt Of The Infamous Pemi Loop
Matt and I are finally linking up for a hike this summer, and to make it even better Colleen is coming too. The three of us are going for a three-day hike through New Hampshire’s Pemigewasset Wilderness on one of the most challenging, albeit gorgeous, hikes in New England.
The Voids in My Soul, and How Surfing Helped Fix Them
Thoughts on filling in the gaps of yourself, and surfing.
Matt Wojciak’s Trip to Vermont, Part 2
Matt returns to finish what he started in his first Livin’ Deliberately post (found here) with the story of his multi-day backpacking trip through the Green Mountains of Vermont It’s taken me longer to sit down and write this than I’d have preferred, but the story to tell about this trip is not quite positive…
The Mountain of the People of Maine
A lot of the time when I go off onto an adventure, wherever it may be, the toughest part is describing it. I’ve talked about this before in other posts, so I won’t get into all that again. However, I will say that there is absolutely no better example of this than Katahdin.