• October in The Smoky Mountains

    Oct 21 2016 Comments (0) Deb's Chronicles, Smoky Mountains

    October in the Smoky Mountains is an experience to be treasured. Surrounded by breathtaking views and the magnificent colors of the fall foliage at every turn is magical.  We ventured off the beaten path and were rewarded with spectacular colors that should be seen by

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  • Here’s To Now

    Apr 28 2016 Comments (2) Deb's Chronicles

    So much has happened since my last blog and YouTube Video out of Erwin, TN. We’ve been waiting to post an update on what we’ve been up to and what we are doing going forward until we had some definitive answers to share with everyone. As you know we set out to

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  • Lil D’s first 40 days and 40 nights on the Appalachian Trail

    Apr 2 2016 Comments Off on Lil D’s first 40 days and 40 nights on the Appalachian Trail Appalachian Trail 2016

    My first, forty days and nights have been a whirlwind and now is a good time to set back and reflect on what has gone on in my life over the past 6 weeks.  I can’t believe that it’s April 1st, where has the time gone?  I’ve witnessed the dead cold

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  • Many things have happened

    Apr 1 2016 Comments Off on Many things have happened Appalachian Trail 2016

    Many things have happened since we first stepped foot on the Appalachian Trail on February 21st. We have met amazing hikers, trail angels and have had the pleasure of hiking and spending time with friends with whom the trail originally introduced us to in 2014 and

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  • Update from Gatlinburg

    Mar 20 2016 Comments Off on Update from Gatlinburg Appalachian Trail 2016

    A lot has happened since the last update so it is much easier to link my video than write a book about what has been going on. As with anyone thanking people on camera I did forget a couple so I want to give special thanks to the Family. We walked many miles and ate

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  • Unicol to Sassafras Gap

    Mar 8 2016 Comments (2) Appalachian Trail 2016

    After spending taking a zero day in Helen, GA we were eager to get back out on the trail. Our original plan was to make it to Tray Gap Shelter a moderate 5.7 miles and because I loved camping at Tray Mountain in 2014 and I was looking forward to staying there again.

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