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    SUMMARY Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn Carrot Quinn Ý 1 FREE READ It always feels weird to be critical of books about thru hiking when I haven’t done it Heck I’m training for a half marathon and I am sti

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    SUMMARY Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ PAYDAYLOANSBSB.CO.UK Ý Carrot Quinn Carrot Quinn Ý 1 FREE READ this is one of those books I didn't want to end 2600 miles with carrot was not long enough thank goodness she has a blog and I can follow her second pct adventure there and her current hike on the cdt 2800 miles this summer this book is about hiking the nitty gritty details of the day to day mile to mile adventure you will cheer her on eac

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    (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn Carrot communicates the rawness of being on the PCT in each moment The startling beauty the hunger the physical pain and the incredible determin

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    (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ PAYDAYLOANSBSB.CO.UK Ý Carrot Quinn Carrot Quinn Ý 1 FREE READ I hated almost everything about thisLet's first start with her just randomly deciding to do this with no prep or apparent reason She's addicted to the internet yet she takes her phone and browses the fucking internet when she's in town Seriously? While making sure your pack isn't back breakingly heavy IS important it shoul

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    (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn As much as I enjoy reading travel memoirs and particularly from hikers sometimes I can’t help but be incredulous and a bit annoyed at how self centered and short sighted some of them can be Also there was raw language and description than I would have wishedI skipped over several sections to get back to the hiking part

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    SUMMARY Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart Carrot Quinn Ý 1 FREE READ READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ PAYDAYLOANSBSB.CO.UK Ý Carrot Quinn Disclaimer I listened to this book on Audible so that might have influenced my experience compared to actually reading As others have commented this book had so much potential but just fell a bit flat I enjoyed Carrot's story but I was waiting for the book to dig in to the characters and experience of the thru hike and it just never did There was a lot of detailed descriptions of meals and towns along the PCT

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    SUMMARY Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn This read like one of my high school student's creative writing story It was so incredibly repetitive mememe hikehikehike mememe friendsfriendsfriends mememe foodfoodfood mememe sexsexsex She tried to be a lot clever and introspective than she actually is unfortunately Most of her misery came from incredibly po

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    (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn Not Just Another Hiking BookCarrot uinn takes us 2260 miles across a varied wilderness as she simultaneously takes us thro

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    SUMMARY Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn Carrot Quinn Ý 1 FREE READ The PCT journey itself sounds wondrous and inspiring The writing is mediocre at best with annoying repetition and adolescent self indulgence It was the desire to stick through the entire trail that motivated me to actually finish the book instead of abandon it Worth doing research on other PCT journals instead of read this one

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    SUMMARY Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart (Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart) EBOOK/PDF É Carrot Quinn READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ PAYDAYLOANSBSB.CO.UK Ý Carrot Quinn Kudos to Carrot for self publishing this gem of a book The character she portrayed and the stream of consciousness narrative really allow the reader to identify and put themselves on the trail with her I felt her anxieties her exhaustion and triumphs I've got a major girl crush on this feral lady as a result MeowPop culture currently places Reese Witherspoon ala Wild as the face of the PCT Slight blonde unprepared and uneducated on the trai

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Thru Hiking Will Break Your HeartH of it to be about the towns she visits Or food She CAN carry food she just chooses not to and says so so you constantly hear about how hungry SHE IS AND HER FANTASIZING OVER is and her fantasizing over meals It becomes of a treasure hunt with her raiding hiker boxes and relying on trail angels and hitching to the next spot on the trail vs actually hiking to it than actually sustaining herself on the trail I mean she orges on fast food and junk food then I "dig a hole take a massive dump and feel better Are you "a hole take a massive dump and feel better Are you me Really No c monApparently there s some ill advised fruitless and foolish romance later on but I didn t et that far I couldn t take any I really wanted to finish this if only for there to be some epiphany or resolution but even just having it on as background noise while I did other things pissed me off I hate uitting and feeling like i wasted money on a book but I had to This book was literally souring my day each time I listened to it I m seriously wondering what book everyone else read that was so reat and worthy of 4 I m seriously wondering what book everyone else read that was so King Alfred's Version of St. Augustine's Soliloquies great and worthy of 4 stars It certainly wasn t this one This read like one of my high school student s creative writing story It was so incredibly repetitive mememe hikehikehike mememe friendsfriendsfriends mememe foodfoodfood mememe sexsexsex She tried to be a lot clever and introspective than she actually is unfortunately Most of her misery came from incredibly poor decisions and contradictions such as nah I don t need anything other than shorts and a tanktop for fall in the Cascades or I love my friends soooooo much look at how clever and uniue we are but omg there s this super cuteuy that I m Rescuing Gus going to ditch my friends forShe had occasionalood descriptions but they tended to be overshadowed by the endless ramble about her trying to be existential Pass Kudos to Carrot for self publishing this Class of 92: Out of Our League gem of a book The character she portrayed and the stream of consciousness narrative really allow the reader to identify and put themselves on the trail with her I felt her anxieties her exhaustion and triumphs I veot a major Portrait of a Starter: An Unhidden Story girl crush on this feral lady as a result MeowPop culture currently places Reese Witherspoon ala Wild as the face of the PCT Slight blonde unprepared and uneducated on the trail Carrot is strong intelligent and doesn t fight the trail she becomes a part of it She s comfortable in her skin and confident in herself as a female She s the lead of this story and doesn t need rescuing This book was areat read I m left wanting I wasn t mentally prepared for it to be over The abrupt ending of the book left many things unresolved which must be what it s like to finish the PCT and not know how to integrate back into life off the trail After hearing the interview with Carrot on the SheExplores podcast the listener learns how truly strong and intelligent she is An activist for both women and the outdoors Carrot is a spokeswoman I m How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly--and the Stark Choices Ahead grateful to have representing me Can t wait for the next boo. He happens upon and becomes close with an eclecticroup of strangers people she wouldn't have chanced to meet in the “regular world” but who are brought together here on the trail by their one common oal make it to Canada before the snow fli. Wn up down following the trail trying not to fall off coming to the end and wondering with her what then As much as I enjoy reading travel memoirs and particularly from hikers sometimes I can t help but be incredulous and a bit annoyed at how self centered and short sighted some of them can be Also there was raw language and description than I would have wishedI skipped over several sections to et back to the hiking part Nonetheless it s a tremendous accomplishment to hike the PCT or the AT or any trail like them one that reuires fortitude persistence and determination Despite hunger thirst cold aches and pains and fears of a less physical sort Carrot uinn nonetheless manages to hike over 2600 miles to complete the Pacific Crest Trail Still I ot to the point where I roaned whenever she said I know I should do X but I want to do Y because I knew that almost inevitably she would do Y She suffered than she needed to because she seemed to Moonrise give little thought for the future All that aside though her book sheds a little light on the inner workings of a thru hiker s mind and heart Not Just Another Hiking BookCarrot uinn takes us 2260 miles across a varied wilderness as she simultaneously takes us through a tremendous period of personalrowth You would think that "about the minutia of daily trail life would be dull but it isn t The discerning "the minutia of daily trail life would be dull but it isn t The discerning reader Fallen Angel: The Passion of Fausto Coppi grieve the end of this book almost as strongly as Carrotrieved the end of the trail Carrot s writing flows and the reader is swept along I was left wanting to read It always feels weird to be critical of books about thru hiking when I haven t done it Heck I m training for a half marathon and I am still very much in the run 2 minute I hated almost everything about thisLet s first start with her just randomly deciding to do this with no prep or APPARENT REASON SHE S ADDICTED TO THE INTERNET YET reason She s addicted to the internet yet takes her phone and browses the fucking internet when she s in town Seriously While making sure your pack isn t back breakingly heavy IS important it shouldn t be your 1 After Tamerlane: The Global History of Empire Since 1405 goal when packing for a hike that is several thousand miles Spoiler alert it s hers For fuck s sake she didn t even pack pants or soapNext there s the exceedingly juvenile sentence structures and errors I think of how hard those first hundred miles was uh you mean were Then there s the narrator saying Ibprofren there s no R The She saidI say exchanges had me practically clawing at my face Then there s her insane need to repeat words three times every few paragraphs no exaggeration Hike Hike Hike Shower Shower Shower Gatoradeatorade Alien Alpha gatorade I hate it hate it hate it Yeahirl us too Knock that shit off already She also loves to end sentences with forever For no damn reason The names of people and food aside I ll be stunned if there are 100 different words used in this bookThirdly this book is about meals and the people she meets versus the trail itself I also didn t expect so muc. Rest Trail It will be her first long distance hikeIn the desert of Southern California Carrot faces many challenges both physical and emotional pain injury blisters aching cold and searing heat dehydration exhaustion loneliness In the wilderness Carrot communicates the rawness of "being on the PCT in each moment The startling beauty the hunger the physical pain "on the PCT in each moment The startling beauty the hunger the physical pain the incredible determination to be a thru hiker I don t think you could et a thorough embodied "Brazenly Honest Version Of What It Feels "honest version of what it feels to be on the PCT whether in the moments wonder of utter loneliness or those of deep trail found friendship I tore through this book as she ran stumbled climbed the 2660 miles And often late at night as I read I would have to et up and have a midnight snack after reading passages on intense hunger and then the joy of trail magic or arriving in a town for a reasy breakfast or roast chicken and potato salad from the local rocery store It is hard to not feel like you are right there on the trail with her Disclaimer I listened to this book on Audible so that might have influenced my experience compared to actually reading As others have commented this book had so much potential but just fell a bit flat I enjoyed Carrot s story but I was waiting for the book to dig in to the characters and experience of the thru hike to dig in to the characters and experience of the thru hike it just never did There was a lot of detailed descriptions of meals and towns along the PCT and that became distractingly repetitive about halfway through the book I also felt as if I lost my connection to Carrot s story as soon as her relationship with Ramen startedI spent that part of the book thinking WHYYYYYYY a lot I have a lot of respect for Carrot and what she accomplished and I will probably check out her other writing but I was disappointed by this book The PCT journey itself sounds wondrous and inspiring The writing is mediocre at best with annoying repetition and adolescent self indulgence It was the desire to stick through the entire trail that motivated me to actually finish the book instead of abandon it Worth doing research on other PCT journals instead of read this one this is one of those books I didn t want to end 2600 miles with carrot was not long enough thank oodness she has a blog and I can follow her second pct adventure there and her current hike on the cdt 2800 miles this summer this book is about hiking the nitty ritty details of the day to day mile to mile adventure you will cheer her on each step of the way you will feel her chill her fatigue her thirst and hunger you too will be huddling with her in the shade of a small shrub in 100 degree heat and remember that when your mind is trying to wrap itself around hands too cold and numb to rip a trekking pole and you will rally with her because you can t help admiring her tough as nails spirit her honesty her humor her love for the trail her friends the family she finds there the trail angels who support thru hikers and their journey following their dreams you will come to love all of that as she does and you will worry about her even when you know already she s come thru somehow in short your heart will soar on one page and break on another up do. Carrot uinn fears that she's become addicted to the internet The city makes her feel numb and she's having trouble connecting with others In a desperate move she breaks away from everything to walk 2660 miles from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific

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