Sep 14, 2023
Suzanne Roberts is our guest today. She shares a thoughtful, female perspective on long-distance hiking, using her 1993 JMT hike as a backdrop. The concept of a different experience from men to women had never occurred to me, but I was intrigued to hear her story.
She is releasing an Anniversary edition of her book about her JMT hike, and you can find it in the links she sent me below.
My Writing Prompts substack newsletter I mentioned.
My website: Home
We have our first Appalachian Trail thru-hiker in our class of 23. Mark Carpenter made it to Katahdin on Tuesday. We hear from him prior to AND after his summit. Great achievement, Mark.
Additionally, Joanne Flagg measures her progress south, as Mary Marks prepares to emulate Mark in a few days.
If you'd like to find out more about "Then The Hail Came," check out George's website at Then The Hail Came George Steffanos . You can also find George's book on Amazon at this link. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09QFG4ZR6.
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