Tuesday's John Muir Trail Blog Post
- Good evening,Today's blog post is about an accident that took the lives of nine people, in Yosemite National Park, 75 years ago this month.Good hiking, Ray
- Good morning,I've been evaluating my gear choices over at the JMTBook.com blog, but today I discuss where to buy your equipment.Good hiking, Ray
- Good morning, everyone,This morning's blog post is an evaluation of the tent I used on my recent John Muir Trail thru-hike. I was fairly pleased with it, but I think I can do better.As always, comments are welcome!Good hiking, Ray
- Good morning, all,In today's John Muir Trail blog post I discuss the bear canister I carried during my recent thru-hike, and even manage to work in the Sasquatch.Check it out at http://jmtbook.com/category/blog/ and leave a comment if you like!Good hiking, Ray
- Good morning,It's been almost three months since I exited Whitney Portal. This Tuesday's John Muir Trail blog post lists the five things I miss most about the trail.Find it here: http://buff.ly/1cRA2nj .Good hiking, Ray
- Good morning, and Merry Christmas Eve!Today's blog post is about acclimating to the higher elevation, where to stay to do that, and the best huevos rancheros west of the Mississippi. (I doubt they make it east of the Mississippi!)Good hiking, Ray
- Merry Christmas to you too Ray, and to all the other dreamers of mountains, and streams and solitude in the high Sierras.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ray Rippel <ray.rippel@...> wrote:
> Good morning, and Merry Christmas Eve!
> Today's blog post is about acclimating to the higher elevation, where to
> stay to do that, and the best huevos rancheros west of the Mississippi. (I
> doubt they make it east of the Mississippi!)
> Good hiking, Ray
> Ray Rippel
> Author, *Planning Your Thru-Hike of the John Muir Trail*
> Follow me at: www.twitter.com/JMTBook
- Good day,Today's John Muir Trail blog post is all about the Bushnell PowerSync SolarWrap 400 Portable Charger. It's relatively unusual to meet a JMT thru-hiker who doesn't have at least ONE electronic device. This looks like an interesting way to keep them charged.