This post is purely for informational purposes. I wanted to show this map of all the North American Continental Divides to make it clear that there is still a lot of the Great Divide I could still hike. There’s a good bit in Mexico and beyond. But more interestingly, there’s a lot more in the Canadian Rockies and Alaska. A significant portion of the Alberta/BC border is on the Great Divide, including Snow Dome, where it meets the Arctic Divide. Potential plans for the future?
A few days of transit here, so enjoy this cartoon.
Cartoon ©2021 Kendra “Skunkbear” Allenby. Used with permission. https://www.kendraallenby.com/ https://www.instagram.com/kendra_allenby/
I actually had two zeroes in a row, but I think one filler post should be enough to get me home.
It’s been almost a month since my last zero, and I’m not going to miss an opportunity to spend more time with old friends, so zero in Lakewood powers activate!
I took a zero in Lander, so I’m covering it with this explanation of why no one likes to hike directly behind me.
All zeroes covered. Buffer restored. Last meme for a bit.
Another zero to cover…
If you have a favorite meme format, leave a comment and I’ll see if I can’t hiker it.
I’m going to spread the padding out some this time. There’s a few zero days to cover here, but I’ll make sure you get regular posts every other day until the buffer is full again.