Dan gets pensive.
St James Walkway
Heather The St James Walkway (SJW) was by far one of the most outstanding tramps we did in New Zealand. […]
Dan The sky darkened and we felt the first drips of rain, Heather expressed her dismay and displeasure at hitchhiking […]
The Pelorus Track
Heather “Ah! I’ve been waiting for you two!” the energetic bus driver exclaimed as we handed over our packs. He […]
The Queen Charlotte Track
Heather After our failed attempt at North Island hiking we boogied on down to the South Island via a pub […]
Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men and All That
Dan (bet you thought I had stopped writing these things) So a week into New Zealand and the weather is […]
Hiking in Our Own Backyard
Nothing like discovering amazing trails in your own backyard.
Finishing the AT and What’s Next
A little update.
But how did you….?
Heather Since we finished our Appalachian Trail thru hike, we’ve been catching up with family and friends (and binge watching […]
Hi JFDI readers! Yesterday we were downloading some new software for our computer and one of the items needed to […]
My A.T. Playlist
A short playlist to Heather’s thru hike so far.
What’s in a Name?
The story behind our trail names.
Dan Week three of the trail saw us entering the Smokey Mountain National Park. Laden down with our expensive Fontana […]
Stats North Carolina and Tennessee
We have combined these two states as the A.T. is also the states borders. Miles walked: 386.6 (622.2km) Money spent: […]
Down But Not Out in Franklin
There could be worse places to be stuck.
Breaking down hiking the AT
Week 1 on the Trail
Dan The first week(ish) (8 days but only counting it as 7, see next paragraph for explanation) on the trail […]
Obligatory Gear Post
Dan Here’s our obligatory pack blog, distribution between the two of us makes the individual pack contents look a […]
The moment you’ve all been waiting for-how much money did we actually spend! (And some other numbers)
Making a Cartwheel
Heather How good of a photographer does one need to be to take a photo of a cartwheeler? Not very. […]