WILL I HIKE THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL? // 20k subs Q&A part 2



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  1. LycanthropiesSpell says:

    I like hiking a lot, but my body is fighting me all the way…every step I take shortens the usability of them ( and my hands as well… ) in the future. So it's a ' damned if you do, damned if you don't ' kind of a thing – 'cause if I don't do anything, my muscles will disapear. Having said that, I'll be doing a little motorcycle trip next month, sleeping under a tarp or when need-to, in a Zeltbahn-tent. Every outing is saying goodbye to trekking in hiking boots – as my feet don't fit in laced boots anymore, so, I got myself some surplus Finnish jackboots which do wonders 🙂 In laced boots I can only do 100 m…and that's pushing it, in the jackboots however…I can stay afoot for about 30-60 mins. Trouble is, walking in jacboots in summer… in shorts 🙂 Still got to work out that one. Oh… #giveaway

  2. Bush Camping Tools says:

    LOL GREAT, please visit Australia too for crazy mosquitos! Keep up the great videos!

  3. Tim Graves says:

    From the middle of Minnesota, USA Thank you so much for letting us share in your adventures. Continue being the strong amazing person you are. #giveaway

  4. Ed Speck says:

    If you decide to hike the AT, be prepared for some hot weather as it does get warm in the southern states. Many people break it into smaller sections depending on the weather and there are shelters available at many points along the way. #giveaway.

  5. Deane Richardson says:

    Thanks for the Q & A it is always interesting to hear a woman's opinion on backpacking and hiking. Especially in a country I will probably never get to visit. I also enjoy watching you developing your art work and sketches.If you want a good female's view on hiking the AT or PCT check out: Homemade Wanderlust on youtube. #giveaway

  6. Since you have issues with the heat, if you decide to thru hike the AT, you might want to consider doing a flip flop hike where you start at Harper's Ferry (roughly the middle of the hike) around mid April and hike north to Khatadin, then return to Harper's Ferry around the beginning of September and hike south to Springer Mountain. That gives you a better chance of minimizing exposure to extreme hot and cold weather. Here is a link on it, and at that link there are some links to blogs from AT through hikers on pros and cons of doing a flip flop. http://www.appalachiantrail.org/home/explore-the-trail/thru-hiking/flipflop

  7. Kätlin Jakson says:

    Hei! Mind huvitab, mida sa tavaliselt matkadel sööd? Ma ühes videos nägin, et komplekteerisid välja, mida endast maha jätad…aga huvitab just, palju sa pudruhelbeid võtad, mida snäkkideks võtad, mida lõunaks ja õhtuks?
    Aitäh vastuse eest

  8. Big Nate says:

    I am soooo glad to see you are doing well, and thank you for the Q&A. I finally got the last watercolors I received from you up in the cabin in the Ozarks and they look amazing and make me smile each time I walk past them. Thanks again and God Bless!
    Nate
    #giveaway

  9. memathews says:

    Congratulations on reaching 20,000 subscribers! Your videos are fun to watch and your enthusiasm is infectious. As for the few guys who make inappropriate comments, some guys just don't have a clue.

  10. walter edwards says:

    I normally talk to most stray animals and most immediately begin to.calm down.

  11. walter edwards says:

    You are very attractive but my main reason to come here is to see a different place that I could visit when I finally come back to Europe to visit. I didn't know how beautiful Estonia was until I saw your videos. Thank You.

  12. SurfK9 says:

    You can always go Southbound on the PCT. Begin in the north and finish the desert in the fall when it is cooler.

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