Monthly Archives: April 2013

What is Truth?

What is truth? This is the question famously asked by Pontius Pilate at the trial of Jesus. Jesus, the man best able to ever answer this question says nothing. But, he taught his disciples the answer. “I am the way, … Continue reading

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Mile 425.1, Hampton TN

Whew, where to even start. It has been a while since I’ve found a computer. I’m now sitting at a computer at a laundromat in Hampton TN. (except, according the sign it is actually a “Laundry Mat”) I just ate … Continue reading

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Go Tell it on the Mountain – Evangelism on the AT

I’ve frequently crossed paths with a 70-something year hiker named Rosy Eagle who was an ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America) pastor in his second career. He has section-hiked most of the trail in the past (which explains his ability … Continue reading

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Mile 341.5 Erwin, TN – Pheidippedes

I’m taking a nero day today of only 6 miles having hiked from “No Business Knob” shelter to Uncle Johnny’s hostel in Erwin, TN. I’m actually taking a zero day tomorrow as well. This should be nice for recovery. I … Continue reading

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Elmer’s Sunnybank Inn

Praise God from whom all blessings flow! I’ve got a room in Hot Springs at Elmer’s. The storms are supposed to be coming in and there is a festival in town. I feel very blessed to have gotten a room … Continue reading

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Mile 273.9 Hot Springs, NC Follow (x4) the white-blazed trail.

We’re off to reach Katahdin, the wonderful mountain of Maine. We hear it is a hike of a hike if ever a hike there was. If ever a hike there was, it’s this because, because, because, because…because of the mountains … Continue reading

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Mile 206.8 Newfound Gap, Smoky Mts.

I pushed it out of Fontana Dam after purchasing the newly required $20 thru-hiker pass to the Smoky Mts. Nat’l Park and did 17 miles that day. Again I did 17 the day after and was pretty exhausted from 3 … Continue reading

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