Porter Storey completes the New Mexico section of the Continental Divide Trail. A recap of significant moments for Porter, Gail, and Amber.
Porter Storey climbs red rock cliffs on the Continental Divide Trail. Gail Storey rises to the challenges of finding him at remote trailheads for resupply. Amber shops and parties in Santa Fe.
Gail D. Storey is interviewed about meditation and her book, I Promise Not to Suffer: A Fool for Love Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail, by Sicco Rood on his podcast, Meditation Freedom.
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Comedy camping with Gail and Porter Storey:
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“No such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes,” my husband, Porter, says. Since we hiked the Pacific Crest Trail, we’re often asked how to hike in snow and cold. You probably know about layering (silk or soft wool next to the skin to wick away moisture, a middle layer like fleece, a waterproof down-filled […]
Porter did all the cooking on our 2,663-mile hike of the Pacific Crest Trail: hot mocha and oatmeal for breakfast, and gourmet dinners like ratatouille au rehydrated tofu, boeuf jerky stroganoff, and pan-seared wild salmon over udon in an Asian fusion sauce. (I carried the peanut butter and crackers for lunch.) Each evening, after our […]
My mind can make a problem out of anything. So for a backpacking trip up Colorado’s Buchanan Pass Trail, I turn a peaceful getaway into a problem to be solved. It’s a do-over, actually, of our previous hike when we missed that trail and slogged up a boulder-strewn jeep road. It was sleeting, I was […]