Took a bit of a trek this past week with dear friends. @seanproctor and @eakirklandphoto are hiking the AT and passed through the ever-challenging White Mountain section, timed perfectly with the arrival of a tropical storm. While we weren’t able to complete the planned route, we were able to complete multiple trips to two local breweries and a whole lot of fun downtime. What’s a trail anyways? Already planning for their return. #appalachiantrail #whitemountains #dispatchesfromhere
It was a soggy first day with these two. Flip-flopping the Appalachian Trail, @seanproctor and @eakirklandphoto are on their second pair of shoes logging over 500 miles from the Delaware Water Gap on their way to Katahdin in Maine. Then down to Georgia by November. The average hiker will go through 4-5 pair of shoes. After a crazy start to the summer, it’s nice to join their trek through the White Mountains, on and off the trail. Cause really, what’s a trail? Mount Moosilauke. July 24, 2018.
Beyond thrilled for my project, Shifting Sands, to be published by National Geographic online this past Monday. The project is an ongoing look at the dynamic dance between naturally migrating barrier islands and it’s residents and visitors, now in the face of sea levels rising. You can check it out at the link in my bio. Thanks so much for the outpouring of support and for taking a minute to absorb the work. #everydayclimatechange #sealevelrise #barrierislands #obx #rambleoutyonder Huge thanks to @dominiquemeows for the opportunity and thoughtful edit and writer Sarah Gibbens for the article! ⚡️
Cannon Mountain from Mount Lafayette on the ever popular Franconia Ridge Trail. Franconia, New Hampshire.