I’m confused by how I am doing all of this but by some miracle I am. It’s definitely not because of my extremely muscled body. I think it’s a combination of adrenaline and a very high treshhold for pain. The first 5 miles went by in a haze, I was going slowly because every single muscle in my body was aching for rest.
I started out pretty late at around 12 AM and it was already 4 o’clock by the time I reached Boulder Oaks Campground (mile 26) and I still had 6 miles that I wanted to cover. I was thinking about calling it a day but deciced to power through instead. I really wanted to reach Mount Laguna the next day so I could rent a room.
At around 7.30 PM the sun dropped extremely fast wich made me walk the next 2 miles in pitch black dark. There isn’t anything scarier than that. (Something I will never ever do in bear country, also never again in this snake infested country). I blasted music trough my headphones because I really didn’t wanted to hear what goes bump in the night around these parts. Headlamps on and at practically a jogging pace I finally reached Mile 32 and my campground for the night.
Looks like I’m in for rain today so I better get cracking.
Talk to you later!