Out there anything can happen
And it Often Does.

From Scout's next book: Thru-Hike

 

2,600 Miles Down. 37 Miles to GO.

But the weather had turned worse. Once a generation worse. Flecks of snow dusted Blazer’s brows, white fluff blotting jet-black, as she pulled her watch cap down tight. A dim light penetrated the pine and spruce thicket. Blazer piped up, “Happy Birthday, Frodo.”

My wife “Frodo” and I were taken aback. How could we both have forgotten?  Blazer: “What do you want for your birthday?”  

Frodo didn’t hesitate, her breath starkly visible. “I want to get out of the day alive.” 

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The Pacific Crest Trail

Exploring America's Wilderness Trail

The Pacific Crest Trail Association and Rizzoli New York

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Rizzoli International's third trail coffee table book follows two award-winners and a New York Times bestseller.  

Co-authored by Barney Scout Mann and Pulitzer-Prize winner Mark Larabee.  Forward by Cheryl Strayed. Stunning photos from 19 photographers accompany the moving saga of the Pacific Crest Trail. 

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