save for Troverts, Castaway and Kleenex

Hiking with the Troverts has its advantages! And one of them is that their friend Susan from Mississippi came to meet them. She has been amazing and has slackpacked us, bought us food and given us many encouraging words. She was with us from Gorham NH to Stratton ME. She even moved her flight back a few days so that she could help us out more. I feel totally blessed to be a part of this group and by Susan!

Susan left us some sodas by one of the road crossings and wrote on the

Susan with her car

bag to save for the Troverts, Castaway and Kleenex. She even noticed I had cream soda the evening before at the restaurant. She is so observant! Thank you Susan for all you did for us! May you be blessed as you have blessed us!


The 3 bears and the gang of four

About Renee

I enjoy adventures. Whether running marathons, thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail, working with Service Adventure, or working with youth as Program Director of Swan Lake Christian Camp for 9 years, I have encountered many an adventure. On this site I will try to capture the big and small ones for you. Enjoy!

Posted on September 26, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks for the kind words and blessings. I enjoyed getting to know you earlier this month. Being a trail angel brought out the mother hen in me. I’m so glad you had a beautiful day to summit yesterday and loved the picture of you and the Katahdin sign. If you come to see the Troverts in Mississippi you will have to come over the back fence and visit me. Hope you enjoy many blessings in your after-the-Trail life.

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