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Appalachian State vs Toledo en Vivo – Raycom Media Camellia Bowl – Sábado 17 de Diciembre del 2016

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás ver el partido en vivo y en directo entre Appalachian State vs Toledo en College Football Bowl (Raycom Media Camellia Bowl) en vivo por Internet y totalmente gratis, el partido se llevará...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on Dec 17, 2016

Appalachian State vs NC State en Vivo – Baloncesto NCAA – Jueves 15 de Diciembre del 2016

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by Sobre Cine on Dec 15, 2016

National Parks Birthday – 100 This Month! (Cumberland Gap National Historical Park)

In celebration of our national parks 100th birthday this month, here is Stu at the historic Cumberland Gap (National Historical Park). This is a natural break in the Appalachian Mountain Range giving early American frontiersmen (and women, and bunni...

How Could I Have Forgotten?

I see so many things in a day on this journey, that it’s hard to remember everything. Before a sight can sink into long-term memory storage, another notable sight comes into view displacing the memory-in-making. But how could I possibly have fo...
by Bertram's Blog on Apr 25, 2016

Grateful

This weekend was…well it was fabulous. This time of year is one of my favorite times because the bugs are not out yet, the weather is mild, and the summer crowds have not yet arrived.  It is that middle time, … Continue reading →...
by Caratunk Girl on Apr 18, 2016

Back to normal!

It's been 12 weeks today since my hip surgery, and I'm doing just about whatever I want to do. Except running, of course, which is forever prohibited. The physical therapy sessions were very beneficial, and I am again glad my doctor didn't push...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on Apr 11, 2016

A Time of Preparation

The lazy days are flowing one into the other, and it seems as if my life has come to a standstill, as if the stagnation I fear has already set in, but however I feel, the truth is, this has been a year of unprecedented adventure, change, and awe. I s...
by Bertram's Blog on Dec 26, 2015

Ohio vs Appalachian State en Vivo – Sábado 19 de Diciembre del 2015

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás ver el partido en vivo y en directo entre Ohio vs Appalachian State en College Football Bowl en vivo por Internet y totalmente gratis, el partido se llevará a cabo este Sábado...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on Dec 18, 2015

A Walk in the Woods: An Opinion

I have to admit, this movie didn’t really interest me at first.  The trailers weren’t really doing anything for me but I decided to go see it based on the star power alone.  I mean, Robert Redford, Nick Nolte, and Emma Thompson?  That&...
by Awesome Movie Discussion on Sep 6, 2015

Struggling

I'm barely managing to get my four miles a day in lately. I see a visit to the doctor in the fairly near future to see what's going on with my right leg. I've been rollering it, thinking it might be iliotibial syndrome. I wish our healthcare sys...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on Jul 18, 2015

He did it!

Lucky scaled Mt. Katadhin yesterday, early afternoon, ahead of schedule. He hasn't updated his journal yet, so I won't link to it, but I will when he does. A remarkable achievement!Just checked again (five minutes later) and here's the latest entry.I...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on Jul 15, 2015

A Lucky update

Our friend Lucky is less than 300 miles from Katahdin, Maine, on his hike of the Appalachian Trail.He's in New Hampshire, but has just 16.5 miles to get to the Maine border. Here's his most recent entry. It's more of a placeholder; hit the "Prev...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on Jun 24, 2015

Dreaming of Life in the Slow Lane

It seems strange to be alone. Strange to be blogging. Strangest of all to feel as if I belong —- not belonging to anyone or anywhere just . . . belonging. Maybe I’m beginning to feel a connection to the world again. Or it could be my inne...
by Bertram's Blog on May 23, 2015

Pain is No Gain

I’ve joined some women’s hiking groups on Facebook, following their hikes, and gleaning what information I can from their experiences. I have to say that as much as the various trails beckon me, I have no interest in the pain and hardship...
by Bertram's Blog on May 16, 2015

Updates!

Not from me … I did next to nothing yesterday. Didn't even get out of my jammies. Barely logged 2000 steps. It was one of those days.But Lucky has updated his trail journal. He's halfway to Maine, well into Pennsylvania, and appears to be on schedu...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on May 11, 2015

The Transition Between Today and Tomorrow

(Pat Bertram is the author of the suspense novels Light Bringer, More Deaths Than One, A Spark of Heavenly Fire, and Daughter Am I. Bertram is also the author of Grief: The Great Yearning, “an exquisite book, wrenching to read, and at the same time...
by Bertram's Blog on May 6, 2015

High Sierra Appalachian 75 Internal Frame Pack, True Navy/Royal/True Navy

High Sierra Appalachian 75 Internal Frame Pack, True Navy/Royal/True Navy Top load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid Single contoured aluminum frame bar can be adjusted to fit the shape of your back Molded foam...
by Hiking Backpack on Apr 25, 2015

Days Eight and Nine DONE!

Oh, my, where did the time go?Wednesday was SUPER busy. We had overnight guests and I had a meeting in the afternoon. And the meeting was about an hours' drive away.So between cleaning, meal prepping, driving, and meeting, I didn't have a moment to c...
by Knit. Run. Repeat. on Apr 10, 2015

Mountain Monsters: Fakest of the Fake Paranormal Shows?

My 7-year old son, God bless him, has recently taken an extreme interest in the paranormal, just like his dad. He’s got a bunch of age-appropriate books on the subject, with Bigfoot and ghosts being his favorite phenomena, but finding appropri...
by The Occult Section on Mar 30, 2015

How to Attend Hands-On Classes in Gardens, Kitchens, Forests, and Even a Late 1800’s Cabin

It’s here. The garden classes are in gardens, the cooking classes are in kitchens, the nature study is in forests, the raspberries taste like raspberries, and the snozzberries taste like snozzberries! Photo Caption: My daughter and I inside the...
by Appalachian Feet on Feb 12, 2015


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