Over two years ago Cindy, Nancy, Janice and I started planning to hike a section of the AT in Maine. As we view our plan from the get-go the section will be from Rangeley to Grafton Notch. I'm excited to share this challenging and beautiful section: this time experiencing it going SoBo (southbound). As with such adventures, the plan often changes. But ready or not, here we come! (Photo from June/2019 training hike https://outsideways.com/journals/liberty-lake-hike-kejimkujik-national-park/)
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A splay of morning sun-rays: Frye Notch Lean-To. On this hike I've been going SoBo (southbound) on the same section I did NoBo in 2014 - this hut and its surrounding area brought back the most intense deja vue's, It was a wonderful feeling - could recall @sparklybling and @mypictograph greeting me with other hikers as I hobbled into camp (I had injured my knee before then.) Oh the memories....
I really like my home-made dehydrated food but 'Honey's' supper of shepherd pie, corn on the cob, leafy salad, sauteed zucchini dish, rolls, ice cream with brownies, ice-cold drinks - was a real treat.
The Cabin's breakfast was as filling and delicious - the prices worked for us @ $20/bunk, $10/supper, $5/breakfast - with shower and laundry facilities. Add in the conversation with other hikers and the hiking memorabilia on the premises; quite a respite before returning to the trail the next day.