My journey on Raven Rock Appalachian trail was a tough one as it harbors steep hills with rocky terrain.
The winding paths create such an obstacle, more so internally as I wondered when would I ever reach the end, the conclusion of my journey.
I was not surprised that I only ventured to the middle point of this trek.
The path was surrounded by so many trees that I was in constant shade throughout the afternoon. The temperature was in the 90s, but it felt like low 80s with a cool breeze invading my hike. I welcome such sensations as I hiked up the hill, nearly twisting my ankle on some occasions.
I stumble past dried up creeks, two of them which left only a sheet of bedrocks as a gift. As I step over and around the rocks, some were loose, and others were not…
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