The epilogue is an attempt to appreciate the physical and psychological long-term effects of my sola camping trip, especially my decision making processes. "On this trip nobody penetrated the space between me and my agency, so every mistake or misstep were clearly mine and owned, as well as every decision well taken."
I hope you’re keeping some kind of record
Sola in America's Northeast
A 62-year-old Israeli/American’s trip through the campgrounds of U.S. and Canada’s Northeast
(No, it is not imperative to do the PCT* to get empowered and have a great experience)
How to read this Northeast America diary/travelogue/e-book:
This section of my blog describes my sola camping trip in Northeast America, with the hope it will inspire other travelers interested in charting their own adventures/journeys.
This read can serve as a trip planning aid, a source of inspiration (hopefully), or just something a bit different about “life” without an exercise section attached…
General navigation is to be found in the top menu on all pages under “N. America Sola Journey“. From there you can get to any of the particular posts by state.
For those interested in the totality of the experience, the Northeast America trip Table of Contents organizes the story in chronological order. Another method is to follow the previous/next links at the bottom of each post.
The “General“ section includes both practical and philosophical contributions regarding the trip.
Alternately, you can click the accordion links on the sidebars (most pages have them, but not all), or the in-text navigation links, to open up the particular stories.
You can also search by specific destinations, by tags (e.g.: restaurants, campgrounds, national parks, hikes, trails, swimming , beaches, kitchen parties , music, geology, trees, birds and more) or by topics of interest (e.g. equipment items).