Solo Hiking – Lessons Learned from My First Solo Backpacking Trip (a Rebroadcast) – BtR 141

Solo Hiking

Solo Hiking by Jerry Every quest has a season where it feels like you are going it alone. That is synonymous with my first solo hiking trip taken last summer. Texas heat scorches during the Summer. We joke about it being a dry heat, but I really don’t know why that matters. It’s still friggin’ … Read moreSolo Hiking – Lessons Learned from My First Solo Backpacking Trip (a Rebroadcast) – BtR 141

Removing “I Can’t” and Other Mental Barriers – BtR 097

Brandon and Jerry share their trip report from a backpacking trip to Pedernales Falls State Park. A special guest joined them for the trip, Jerry’s dad. Being joined by Jerry’s dad was a mixed bag. Bruce overcame some ruts to spend time with his son doing what his son enjoys. On the flip side, there … Read moreRemoving “I Can’t” and Other Mental Barriers – BtR 097

Hiking Out of the Rut – BtR 090

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Brandon, Jerry, and friend Steve are doing a day hike to prepare for an upcoming camping trip to Goliad State Park. The camping trip is a shakedown cruise before a bigger backpacking trip. Every dream can be achieved, and it helps to start with smaller milestones and steps. Go for it. Hammock Camping YouTube Channels … Read moreHiking Out of the Rut – BtR 090

Lessons Learned from My First Solo Hiking Experience – BtR 089

Jerry recently took a solo trip to Choke Canyon State Park in Texas. A similarly planned trip had fallen through and he was determined to test his mettle on the trail, a trail, any trail. Choke Canyon State Park is not a large park. Most people come for fishing or boating. The park does not … Read moreLessons Learned from My First Solo Hiking Experience – BtR 089