Today I started at the Whiteface Shelter, which is perched above Beaver Meadow near Morristown and Stowe. After a short steep climb to the top of Whiteface Mountain, I began the long and mostly easy descent into the Lamoille River Valley and Route 15 in Johnson. My parents met me at the road because my mother had been wanting to hike a section of the trail with me. This worked out nicely. Mom and I shared the 1.6 mile hike up to Prospect Rock and Dad drove most of the way there with sandwiches and cold drinks. We enjoyed a nice lunch overlooking the valley below. Then Mom and I continued on for another 2.5 miles over a big hill to the Plot Road., where Dad met us with the car. We headed back to Winooski, which is where I'm entering this post.
Tomorrow I'll start back on the trail with only 46 miles remaining. I hope to be at the Canadian border by the end of the day on Monday.
Friday, September 21, 2007
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Looking Awesome, what a grand day. Hope, Emelie, and Nate over my shoulder as I type this. We just wanted to say one thing : "No matter where you go, there you are !!!".
WHO is that pot bellied man? By the jinkums, now I know there are two Prospect Rocks in VT and I have been on both of them. This day was a fine day and thanks for letting us enjoy it with you.
Big Hill? It felt more like Mt. Everest to me!
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