RaceWalker and I got an early start this morning (on the trail at 6:30), forded a stream first thing, climbed a nice mountain and then encountered some relatively flat trail. Pennsylvania is known for its rocks – Maine should be known for its roots -and they are all there to try to trip me!
The trail is gorgeous and the views are marvelous. I love the ponds. The demanding path takes a lot of energy so I am very tired at the end of each day.
Tonight I am staying at “The Farm” hostel (mile 1964.9) and will be taking a “0” day tomorrow.
The photos below are some of the sights from today’s journey. The pond is the Sabbath Day Pond – quite appropriate since I rested beside its waters for a Sabbath Day lunch – peaceful indeed!