Upcoming website plans, changes and photographs

As I didn’t do much of the Great Divide Trail at all, and my experience in Canada changed my thoughts on long distance hiking, I will probably completely change my website.

For starters, the website theme isn’t good so that needs to be altered. I feel it’s disingenuous to talk about long distance hikes much if I haven’t done them and don’t plan to do one. However, I have hiked around the 20 mile per day mark, several times (there were times I didn’t see it as possible, especially when I struggled with 8 miles to start with!) I have camped with my equipment, and I have used my camera/equipment while it rained non stop but also while it was incredibly sunny.

For that reason, I believe I have the experience with the clothing I used and electronics, to give some advice to future hikers. I plan to do some shorter long hikes (several days long), but I can’t see me hiking for several months at a time.

I’m going to be pretty busy as I want to work in Canada (I love the country) but I really want to improve the mess that is this website, haha.

I included the tent photograph, not because it’s a good photograph but I just wanted a reminder :). That whole hike was a weird one but one of my favourites funnily enough. It rained a lot, both up and down the mountain. I got bitten by mosquitoes a lot (lol) and I didn’t appreciate the bear on the way down from the mountain. But it’s a great story to be able to tell friends and family in years to come.

Aperture: ƒ/8
Camera: ILCE-7RM2
Taken: 2018/06/17
Focal length: 35mm
ISO: 100
Shutter speed: 1/125s
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