As it looks like I won’t be able to hike the Pacific Crest Trail next year, I have been focusing on other things. I am busy coding a theme, and I’m expecting it to be done by Christmas. In my opinion, it looks much nicer than the current theme so far :). Continue reading “Site changes”
Recently, my visa application was declined and at the start of the interview, I was told that I had been declined an ESTA application in the past. This made no sense to me at all and I felt the interviewer was unfair to me.
Today I contacted U.S Customs and Border Protection regarding an alleged ESTA application. I stated that I had been declined a visa and that I was told by the interviewer that I had also been declined an ESTA application in the past. I said I had never applied for an ESTA. Continue reading “U.S Customs and Border Protection”
Yesterday, my visa application was declined and I need it to hike the full Pacific Crest Trail in 2017–it was a terrible day in general. I wasn’t in a mood to think constructively, but I have a plan and if I pull it off, I will let everyone know as it might be beneficial for other hikers. I will edit my visa application page to sound a little less whiny and far more productive in the near future :).
I have ordered a pair of Komperdell Vario 4 Ultralite Carbon Fibre Trekking Poles. This is the first non photography related item I’ve bought for the Pacific Crest Trail in 2017.
I will do a full review after I’ve used them for a while–it might be as late as next year, as I don’t have many places to use them around here.
I’m currently researching different stoves, tents and trekking poles for my Pacific Crest Trail 2017 gear list.
From what I can establish so far, there are large devices that’re capable all in one solutions–these are often a favourite amongst hikers–such as the Jetboil systems. These are great, especially if you like to have hot drinks and cook hot meals; I tend to only drink water (I’m English; I don’t need to assist the downfall of my teeth.) Continue reading “Pacific Crest Trail 2017 Equipment – Stoves, Tents and Trekking Poles”
Mr. Kasson often tests photography equipment extensively, and from what I have seen, his methods are fair and objective. Continue reading “Recent articles that’re a good read”