He's back at it!

People who know me know that I belong on the Trail. I've thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail (twice),the Pacific Crest Trail and the mighty Continental Divide Trail. I've hiked many of the long trails here in Michigan including being the first to hike both the Ironwood Trail and the Great Lake To Lake Trail. My next big adventure will be the Israel National Trail starting in February 2017.

The purpose of this blog is to keep anyone who is interested informed of my progress and to encourage those who are able to support me in this endeavor.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Milestone

I'm about to hit the 1000 mile mark!
I started the trail April 25th.  Two months and two weeks later, I've walked 1000 miles.  I have taken no hotel days, three zeros and feel FANTASTIC!
Let me know what you think.  Send me positive vibes, good thoughts...








              

8 comments:

Martha said...
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Martha said...

One thousand miles. Awesome! Amazing! Incredible! But not unbelievable. This trail is giving some great things. Keep taking them and enjoy each step.
You
Kick
ASS!

Positive vibes and good thoughts with you as always.

John Cassidy said...

Great job, Chris. And I knew you when you were only at mile 444!
And you are now over 1/3 of the way, and closing in fast on the half way point. What an experience. Keep those pictures and reports coming in -- we love to read them!

Marlyss said...

My legs are tired just READING "1,000" miles.

Schrody said...

Betcha miss dino blazing. (Look it up!)

Anonymous said...

Hi! From the friends you made at walker pass. We were the couple at the cemetery. Thinking about you! keep putting one foot on front of the other!

Erika said...

WOW CHRIS!! You are soo freaking amazing!! I am tired just thinking about walking 1000miles. I am glad you are conquering your dream! Keep it up! Love the pics!! Good thoughts and beautiful weather being sent your way

Brian H. said...

You are killing it!!! Btw, I googled "dino blazing", and Schrody's comment is the third thing listed! Still don't know what it is, though. Apparently there are zero websites that translate hiker lingo.