So here we are part way through Rocksylvania and we haven't even hit the rocks yet. I keep waiting and have been told from various people different places that the famous massive amounts of rocks in PA start. I know it is soon so I think I am mentally prepared. Lately while we're hiking we've been discussing various aspects of the trail and parts that we have enjoyed most. I loved the south, especially the Hump mountains in TN, and various parts of Virginia, but lately I've been getting an itch to be in New England. And by New England I mean Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Connecticut and Massachusetts will be exciting too, but there is nothing like the final three states on the trail. The woods are different there and the mountains are very different from the rest of the trail. Those of you who know Vermont or who have hiked in the Whites in NH probably know what I'm taking about. I'm excited for the spruce forests, cold mountain streams, Maine lakes and to be hiking above tree line for days in a row. Our plan is to be to Delaware Water Gap Wednesday evening and be into New Jersey on Thursday morning. When we get to New England I want to slow down and be able to take as much time as we want to get through the last three states. Knowing what we have to look forward to there will be my motivation through the next few states!
View of the Presidentials from the Carter range
We're headed back to the trail later this afternoon after a really fun last few days. A huge thank you to Elizabeth, Eats mom for everything she has one for us the last few days! It has been a blast!
Thats it for now, next time you hear from us we should be in NJ or maybe even NY!!