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Hike Your Own Hike, Live Your Own Life

If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. (Max Erhmann, Desiderata)

I’ve been feeling so grateful these past couple of months, for all the wonderful friends and teachers I’ve met through outdoor social media networks. Far from “imaginary” they are real people with real families, passions, plans, hopes, dreams. People that I hope to one day meet and breathe nature with, laugh and maybe even cry with.
I’ve met some great companies too, even forged friendship bonds with a few. What an incredible compliment it is to have an outdoor brand ask you to try their gear or join their online team, because they admire you and feel others will too.
All this in just a year. I elbowed my way into this awesome group of people with a fair bit of hiking experience, but the rest is all new. I’ve learned so much about gear and techniques, and with the support of all these friends and encouragers (sometimes enablers…

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