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"Jester" Section Hiker


The "Jester" Section Hiker is the premier podcast with the spotlight on section hikers!

The stories you will hear are about everyday people who, in addition to their everyday lives, make the commitment to hike long-distance trails where every section is a new beginning. 

From National Scenic Trails to National Parks and all Trails in between, listen with your host, Julie “Jester” Gayheart, to hear what it means to be a section hiker and the adventure that awaits them section by section. 

Jul 18, 2020

Jester is becoming content with her 15-year journey on the AT, interviews Trail Maintainer “TiggerMD” from the PATC, has a chat with “Pennies,” spends more time with “Wheezy Pee,” and a day with “Pajama Mama.”

Jester now heads north of Duncannon, PA, and plans to continue section hiking until Saturday, August 1.  We’ll see how far she gets before heading back to NC and back to work!!

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‪Links mentioned in this week's podcast:‬

‪Potomac Appalachian Trail Club:‬
www.patc.net

‪Battle Buddy Response Team:‬
https://battlebuddyresponseteam.org/

‪Rhonda Adams - Shuttle Services:‬
1-304-596-1911

Follow “Pajama Mama” on Instagram and for more information on HikeForH20:
https://www.instagram.com/the_space_between_blog/

Woods Hole Weekend:
Oct. 2-4, 2020
A weekend retreat of presentations and discussion for individuals considering a thru-hike or long section-hike of the AT.
www.woodsholehostel.com

If you want to see how this week's hike went with Wheezy Pee, check out the video over on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mwishart306

Days 26 - 32 Mileage from AT Guide (North).  Mile 1024.2 Harper’s Ferry, WV to Mile 1083.6, US 30.
Total for the week 59.4.
Total for 32 Days 307.5

Thanks for listening and Happy Section Hiking!

Connect with Julie "Jester" Gayheart:
Email: jesternc2212@gmail.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jesterhikes/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jesterhikes

Music provided by: The Okee Dokee Brothers
"Through The Woods"
www.okeedokee.org