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lapkričio 27 - gruodžio 4;
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PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 116 | 28 miles || Magical. The day started cold and cloudy, with the trail on ridges flowing in and out of the clouds, right at their level, creating masterpieces of views to witness. Lots of descending down into the Columbia River Gorge, even enough that my ears started to pop, and it totaled to over 8000 feet of descending. Part of the way down gave outstanding views of Mount Adams in Washington, and Cascade Locks with the Columbia River far below, 3000 feet to be exact. It was a special moment when I saw all of that, and it felt awesome to be at a place I had dreamt of for years. At 3:30pm I got into Cascade Locks, touched the Bridge of the Gods to go into Washington, then quickly scurried back into Oregon to catch a bus to Hood River at 4pm. I got to the hostel at 5pm, ate a bunch of food, and started relaxing while doing easy chores for the rest of the night. I have one more awesome state to go, and 500 miles. I completed 455 miles of Oregon in just under 15 days, averaging 30.5 miles per day, counting time in town, which I am proud of.
Before starting the trail I really didn’t think I’d make it this far, and I had planned to at least do the Washington section if I got off trail earlier. I’m really excited for what is left of the PCT, maybe even more than the Sierra, since the beauty sounds comparable and there’s no snow. Until then, a nice night off from hiking.
Looking back on my summer and realizing I didn’t take nearly enough photos of Bali, I loved it so much I was ..... actually enjoying everything vs being in a phone warp the whole time. Damn that place is magic ✨🌿🌼🌏