In 2012 I went on a walk, and so my story began. In the process I made a documentary called Hard Way Home while thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail and that changed my life forever, for the better. I am a teacher, filmmaker, writer and most importantly a wandering hiker. Find me on twitter, google or facebook to keep up with new projects and adventures.
Whatever you do, dont run. Frank Hall Greens Wildlike takes you back to that summer, that one summer when you begin to realize that the word
Disclosure: the following product was donated for the purpose of review. Instant gratification with nostalgic analog results. I recently took
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Thanks to everyone who participated in the #letitgo contest to win a free rental of Hard Way Home and a signed copy of Appalachian Trials. Every
This past Saturday I had the pleasure of accompanying HIKE for Mental Health on an awareness hike up Mount Washington. Money was raised, fun was had.
Let me just say, it is pretty awesome how supportive the A.T. community is. It is really a community unlike any other. During my 2012 thru-hike I
I'm not gonna lie, I read Wild, and yes, I liked it. I know. Opinions vary on any personal account of a hike that doesn't result in a total mile
Welcome to the video version of the Trench Foot Article! Feet are your mode of transportation and it is super important to take care of them.
While screening Hard Way Home at Trail Days, I got the opportunity to listen to some trail tales with Appalachian Trials very own
In the second edition of my vlog I help answer one of the commonly asked questions when embarking on a thru-hike: Aren't You Afraid to Hike