The last two years have been quite an adventure all on their own! Since hiking the Continental Divide trail I took on several field jobs, as well as one very unconventional and unexpected job. I moved from Texas to Montana and worked for a company in which my job necessitated that I travel through 37 States in the U.S. within only 7 months! Explored Montana and Idaho’s backcountry. Then, I moved to New Mexico to work in the beautiful Jemez Mountains, on a field job in which I was incredibly stoked, because it meant that I would be living out of my tent, once again, on-site at 9,000 feet at the base of the sacred Chacoma Peak. I lived out of my tent for around 2 and a 1/2 half months until the winter weather ended our season. I did this for two seasons. Then I worked a few field jobs based out of Silver City, New Mexico. After which, I hiked the Arizona Trail, made more amazing connections with amazing people, moved to Arizona for 3 months for yet another field job, moved back to New Mexico, bagged new peaks, and drew up more plans.
During this time I made new discoveries and insights to where I will be heading in the next coming months. I hope to be able to get back into updating this blog which I know is long over due. So hopefully I will be better and maintaining this journal with updated adventures of which I am many adventures behind. But perhaps I can re-trace some of those and transpose them here. I will try my best. Life is great when you can’t even keep up with your own adventures! I have to say that as nice as it is to share the experiences with others, they remain steadfast in my memory and in my heart, which is what counts the most. But nevertheless I will give it my best effort to update you from time to time. Meanwhile, I must go back to the drawing board.
Peaceful trails, everybody!
~ Wild Feather