Re: To Our JMT YG Members who have their own blog or web sites...
- Thanks for the invitation. Here is my response:
John Muir Trail Hiking the Jaunty Juggernaut
This is a long report about our 28 day hike of the Jaunty Juggernaut, the John Muir Trail (JMT), from Yosemite Valley to Whitney Portal. We hiked North to South and were refreshed with three resupplies: at Reds Meadow, Muir Trail Ranch, and by Dave and Steve Cash who hiked into Upper Paradise to make hiking the lower section possible.
This report contains: 5 Dynamic Maps, 7 Movies, 21 Panorama Photos, 278 Individual Photos, and the text right out of my trail journal - Yowee and enjoy!
The links are looking to contain a great deal of helpful and exciting info. rob of the WV
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Roleigh Martin <roleigh@...> wrote:
> I invite all of our JMT Yahoo Group members who have their own blog sites
> to (in addition to making a nice posting like the below) to also create a
> permanent link to their site in this link folder I just created:
> Blog or Web Sites of JohnMuirTrail Yahoo Group
> Individual members of this JohnMuirTrail Yahoo Group who have their own
> blog or web site, can create a link in this folder to their blog. Provide a
> nice short paragraph description of your Blog Site and your JMT/backpacking
> credentials for the description.
> I know that Bob S., John Dittli, Ray Ripple, Beth, and Mr. Alcorn (and
> others I am ignorant of or am unfortunately forgettting) can (and I'm
> encouraging you to) put a link there.
> Visit my Google Profile (lots of very interesting research
> On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 1:16 PM, beths_office <berkeleybeth@...>wrote:
> > **
> > I just completed Marry Me, John Muir -- the tale of my 2012 JMT thru-hike.
> > It's a trail journal, but it's also sort of a love letter. You might like
> > it if you're a hopeless romantic fool for the wilderness. I welcome any
> > feedback, and hope you enjoy it!
> > It starts here: http://marrymejohnmuir.com/into-the-wild
> > (To read in chronological order, scroll down below the comments at the
> > bottom of each post and click on the title of the next one, by the little
> > triangle in the black dot.)
> > Marry Me, John Muir is also on Facebook. Visit & LIKE that page for
> > pictures, posts, likes and links about hiking, backpacking, outback
> > adventures, natural beauty, preservation, conservation, climate change,
> > mountains, rivers, deserts, glaciers, bears, marmots, naked mole rats,
> > health, happiness, yearning, crazy big bittersweet love of life and family
> > and friends and long-dead soul mates and, of course, the ever-elusive
> > meaning of life.
> > Peace, and happy trails!