Exploring Harpers Ferry with Stephanie for a day with a stay at this great bed and breakfast: Angler’s Inn. Great place for fly fishing but no time now.
Next morning it was raining fierce but finally let up around noon. I took off and made it to the first camp site about 6 miles later. Great view of the Potomac from up high. Brand new campsite that kept a 6 hikers at dry through some pretty heavy rains.
Entire morning was hiking through dense fog along a Mountain Ridge so it’s difficult to get any good views. By early afternoon sun came out and I’m here now at a nice campsite packing my tent for the first night.
Definitely taking my time but so far smooth sailing downhill and on the level. Going up the steep hills remains a challenge. Dr. Edmonds would be proud
Hope you enjoy some of the pictures below.
A view from high cliffs of the Potomac
First wildlife sighting.
Typing this blog right now. Forcast for rain tonight. Hope this tent works!
Mike – Neither Rain, Sleet, nor Turtles will keep you from your appointed rounds, I mean travels!!! Keep up the good pace!! Stay well – Ken.
Looking forward to you joining me when I get to New York!
I am proud of you!
Hi Mike, are you emulating the box turtle? Slow and steady. How are the birds in the morning? I’m sure they beat the pager.
Ps watch your ankles on those rocks.
way to go, Mike…forcing myself out the door on a bike today with Barb H and Martha…thinking of you and trying to keep up the pace too.
Great Job! stay dry!
Excellent! Very inspiring. That turtle has the right idea, slow and steady wins the race. Go Mike Go.
Safe travels Dr. Bauer! Liking the beard 🙂 Lisa