We hit the midpoint of the trail early this morning. Because the official length of the trail changes from year to year, so does the halfway point. There is a really cool sign that was made for the midpoint in years past, but it is cemented in place. So the sign for the midpoint is a picture of the other sign. We crossed the second, better sign about 4 miles later. We also crossed a state park with a lake, free showers, AT museum, and snack bar about lunchtime, so we enjoyed a very long break. We hiked 21.1 miles today.
You are a great inspiration to me. I’m remain in awe by what you have put behind you and am jealous for what lays ahead. I especially like your trail diet of beer and lobster ravioli. Thanks for sharing!