Three months and three days later, I'm back on the north side of the two towers. When you are in Michigan instead of Middle Earth, this means you have crossed The Bridge. If you have to ask, you aren't from Michigan. Haha. (The Mackinac Bridge).
So I'm back in the U.P.
Does this look familiar? Two little trailers side by side. They are good friends, Sunny and the Lyme Lounge.
The weather today was gorgeous. The drive was uneventful- the best kind of drive. Tomorrow, however, it seems that we're going to be back in the grip of winter. But I'm ready to face it. We are going to do a relatively easy day and see how that goes.
I'm snug in the trailer, my lunch is packed, my water bottles are filled. I don't feel epic at all. I'm tired, but at least I don't ache everywhere now. I'm hopeful I can finish, or almost finish (if I can't do the western U.P. yet) on this outing. And, I'll probably save the miles near home until I have completed everything else. I can't bear to hike home and be celebrated if I haven't really hiked it all.
You know who is here with me, right? If you haven't figured it out, stay tuned.
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Glad you're back on the trail. Guessing it's Bill? Sent you a PM regarding assistance if needed. Supposedly 5-8 inches Saturday around East Jordan. Hope the U.P. is clear for you.
Hope the weather doesn't get too bad for you.
Doug and Ann- no such luck. See today's post.
Lulu: "As long as neither tower is Barad-Dur or Orthanc, it's all good!"
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