Category Archives: Pacific Crest Trail 2016

PCT Mile 566 – Tehachapi, CA

  Alright, so I’ve completed my month-long section hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. I’ve made it with Spoon to Tehachapi, CA and to the house of Randy and Julie Martin who I know from my seminary. Randy is a … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 517 – Hikertown

Well yesterday was one of the harder hikes I’ve done. It was only 19 miles, but the last 10 were in extreme desert sun and heat. I put sunscreen on four times and drank most of the water I was … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 465 – Agua Dulce, CA

Well, a lot has happened since I last posted. Though we’ve hiked many miles, the total is deceptive. There has been two sections of “burn zone bans” and another endangered species closure. So we’ve had to skip over these sections … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 209 – Steady and Spirit

Before I recount the last few days hiking, I want to mention a story of our British comrades. Spoon and I were hiking during the end of a long day, and we had met a young British couple. Thinking the … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 150 – Idyllwild, CA

Spoon and I made it in 4 days from Julian to Idyllwild. And boy did I stink when I got here. We did days of 18, 19, 23, and 14 miles on the way. The first, from Scissors Crossing was … Continue reading

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PCT Mile 77 – Julian, CA

Back on a trail. My friend from the AT, Spoon and I are back at it on the PCT. I won’t be thru hiking this time, but rather am out for wherever 6 weeks takes me. I had a great … Continue reading

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Review of “For a Continuing Church” by Sean Michael Lucas

The Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC) historians have chronicled their history in depth, but other conservative American Presbyterian denominations have published little on their histories. With the work of Sean Michael Lucas we now have the most thorough to-date history of … Continue reading

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