In 2013, I set out on my first long-distance hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. Before, during, and afterward, I wrote about the trail in hopes of sharing my experience and helping others wanting to hike the PCT. Never could I have imagined that I would still be hiking and sharing my adventures with you all today. It kind of just happened.
Backpacking quickly went from “this thing I did this one time”, to “a thing I do sometimes”, to “a thing I do all the time”, to “the thing that literally defines my life and who I am”. It's been an interesting (and quite scenic) journey.
Halfway Anywhere has grown beyond the simple (and free) internet blog it was born as now, maintaining it costs more than I would like to admit. The best place to support Halfway Anywhere is on Patreon. By becoming a patron, you won't only be helping to keep Halfway Anywhere online and helping me to continue bringing content to you, but you will also receive access to perks and exclusive content not available anywhere else.
Patreon gives me the opportunity to reward supporters and to connect with you all on a more personal level.
When you become a patron you'll be privy to content not published on the blog or social media as well as a bunch of other perks (including sweet stickers, Q&A sessions, and one-on-one pack shakedowns and trip planning).
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out and ask me.
THANK YOU TO MY PATRONS!
Annie N., Jason W., Father, Robert “Tin” Waltman, Marc “Stresslevel” Webbers, The HandHouses T and P, Audrey McElravy, Big Fan, Crystal Skier Mom, Marianna, I’d rather be biking Eliot, Chris Finley, Dwayne, Best Girlfriend, Kevin, and Chase
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