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Updates!

So I know we haven't updated in forever.....but we have REALLY been in the middle of nowhere. The section through the high Sierras is at least a 9 mile hike out to a road where you might get a ride down to a town (and we did that 9 mile stretch and the library there was....tiny and not very well organized). So we haven't been anywhere were the internet connection was good enough to upload anything, but Raymond is working on uploading the last few that we had from before The Sauffley's. But I am working on uploading the rest of the pictures we have taken so far, and depending on time I may make a post highlighting some of them. Raymond put a link to the pics on the side so you can just click that to see what we have been walking through. We have fallen a little farther behind now, but we are not really worried. This last section, the high Sierras, was exhausting! And I was not about to try and do more as then we wouldn't have been enjoying it....and if I am not enjoying it why am I doing it? And I definitely did not carry enough food for the whole section. It was gorgeous, we just did not do very many miles everyday. But we seem to be out of the worst of it and we even did a 19 mile day which is our highest mileage day yet! So we should be speeding up here and making the miles and kind of keeping on schedule. And apparently the trail gets better ahead also (part of the problem in the last part was the trail was all these big rocks and such and even downhill we had to go slow so we didn't hurt ourselves....and giant rock steps. I freakin hate them. I am not a giant, the step is WAY too big). Anyways there may be a post with pics, or just check them out on the photobucket site. Hope everyone is doing well!

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