I was raised by wolves in the Big Bend of the Rio Grande River in South West Texas.
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Thanks for the intro! Of your three favorite places Sierras, Bridger Wilderness, and the Grand Canyon which would you recommend visiting first? I haven't been to any of them, although my wife spent a summer working at the grand canyon and has some amazing stories so that might be our first.
Also: based on my math if your last trip was the 28th of February then you haven't had a hike in 11 days... 🙂
Hi John, If you're going to be in Washington, I would say the Sierras make more sense. The parks from Yosemite and southward require entry permits from recreation.gov, each trail head has a quota.
I'll be happy to walk you through the process.
In Bridger Wilderness, no permit required, you can decide where you want to camp and stay as long as you wish. Wyoming fishing permit recommended.
All of them will blow you socks off!
@Philreedshikes Thanks for the tips, I'll be sure to reach out when the plans come together! I've got a 'baby' (turned 32 yesterday) brother who lives in LA so a trip to California is on the radar already, probably not until next year but maybe this fall. I'll keep you posted. Thanks!
Ah, Dallas! I misspent a large bit of my youth there. Happiness was Dallas in my rear view mirror as I headed west....