I decided to take advantage of the great May weather to hike a section of the Tuscarora Trail. I had heard of the Tuscarora Trail but really didn’t know much about it. It was built in the 1960s as a potential alternate to the AT north of Shenandoah National Park. It is a 250 mile trail that begins in Shenandoah National Park and reconnects with the AT on Blue Mountain in Pennsylvania.
I have worn the Sealskinz All Weather Gloves while hiking, backpacking, camping and for everyday wear over the past month. They have proven to be comfortable, warm, and durable. You can read my first update HERE.
The MSR Thru Link filter has continued to perform exceptionally. I have used it hiking, trail running, and backpacking. It filters water quickly, is durable, mostly compatible with various hydration systems. You can read my final update HERE.
The EcoVessel Wine and Whiskey tumbler is a great little cup – it performs as advertised!
Since my last update, I have used the EcoVessel Port Wine and Whiskey while on three overnight backpacking trips on the AT in Maryland; for coffee on two long dayhiking trips on the Maryland AT; and of course for hot and cold beverages while at home. Temperatures ranged from 28 F at Pine Knob Shelter on the AT to the mid 50’s during one of my lunch coffee breaks on a day hike.
This will be my final time talking about Krimson Klover Nordic Snowflake Hat. I have used the hat while hiking on the Prince William Forest trails and walking to school. The temperature was high 40s to low 50s. I evaluated the hat on comfort, durability and fashionability. You can read my final thoughts HERE.
I have basically lived in the Dakota Grizzly York shirt for the past couple of months. I like how comfortable it is, and because it is a button down I can easily open or close the shirt to adjust to numerous temperatures. Click HERE to read my final update.