It was 75 degrees last Wednesday. Today looks like this:
I guess this is what a bomb cyclone nor’easter looks like.
Unfortunately, this means that I won’t be able to get out onto my section of the Appalachian Trail again tomorrow (I maintain a 5-mile stretch here in PA and I need to
clear debris and re-paint blazes in the worst way). Between holidays, the trip my wife and I took out to Zion and Death Valley back in December, the move in January, and the weather, I haven’t been able to get out to my section since the beginning of November, and I’m feeling really antsy about it. I need to get up there really soon, even if it means taking a day off from work to do it.
My wife attempted to start the skoolie today and the engine wouldn’t turn, so that’s a bit of a bummer, too. We really want to finish it and have it up and running this Spring so that we can travel in it this Summer. We have designs to live out of it and travel North
America within the next couple of years, too, so I’m hoping the repair isn’t anything too serious. It’s well past time to start really living life and experiencing all of the beautiful places this continent has to offer!
While today has been a little frustrating, adventure is on the horizon. It may keep getting delayed, but I know I’ll grab it by the tail sooner rather than later. Until then, I’ll just have to be content with looking at photos!