Did 17 miles today! It was a nice campsite the privy had no walls! Man, my feet and socks smell soooo bad! Like really really bad lol! I kept telling my husband, like you need to smell this! I told him I could just put them in a plastic bag and send them home so he could! He denied! He said “Sammi I don’t want to smell your feet even when they are clean.” Hahaha! I just keep laughing because how horrible would that be if I just sent those socks home! And be like babe could you put those up for me. 😂😂😂 He would burn them. Nothing too exciting happened on this day.
Garmin and I did 8ish miles into town. We met these awesome section hikers Frosty and Orono. They were car hopping and walking south bound. So I saw them 3 day in a row, and they were staying in the same town. I was like you wanna go out to eat! And we met at the restaurant that night. We were in Salisbury CT, and that place is fancy! And I smelt so bad. 9 days no shower bad! Feet stinking it’s been hot, not good! So I walk into this 4 star hotel, and this guy just cut me. He acted like he didn’t see me at all lol. I was like well than! Ok, whatever. I got my 15$ sandwich and went on. That was the only place I felt like someone was like ewww what are you? I have holes in my shirt also😂. Ohhh good times!
Zero day whoop whoop! Garmin went on and I decided to stay. I had a blast exploring that cute little boujie town all by myself. I’ve come to notice, I do like my alone time. I kind of like being a loner sometimes, but who doesn’t right?
14ish mile to Themlock shelter. It got down to 38 degrees. Today was a little rough terrain. But, it was fun, I felt like a mountain goat! The views were amazing! Weather has been pretty good!
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