47 thoughts on “Manning Park, Canada

  1. Congratulations, I knew when I first started following you after you got a Gossamer Gear spot, and read your incredible rail travels book adventures, that you would make it to the end—-Looks like our NW weather caught up with you too from your monument photo.

  2. Congrats! Huge accomplishment. Nice blog. Hope you can eventually post more details about gear, logistics, tips, easiest journal or blog to use, etc. Hope to be at the monument in a year.

  3. You are so awesome! An inspiration to us and all who have been waiting in hope for this day for YOU. Congrats Carrot!

  4. Congratulations and excellent job! Loved reading your stories from the trail and can’t wait to be inpsired by what happened between California and Canada!!

  5. Yeah!! You are amazing, what an accomplishment! I’m looking forward to hearing more of your stories. So happy for you that you can get out of this rain and hopefully back home to your dogs real soon!

  6. wow!!!! you done did it. kick ass! when are you coming home? i can’t wait to see and hear about all the ways the trail has transformed you.

  7. Excellent! What a terrific and admirable accomplishment. I have sure enjoyed following along with your blog, it’s been a source of inspiration and motivation for me all summer. Way to go Carrot!

  8. look at those skinny legs! It’s been great to follow your trip from my Montana laptop. Looking forward to the final chapters. Every time I hike I think of you people experiencing life on the trail day after day. thanks for the window into your experience!

  9. Hi Carrot, I’m so excited you made it and on fall equinox too!!! Congratulations on a monumental journey. Colette

    On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 8:20 PM, CARROT QUINN

  10. Congrats! Can’t wait to read the Oregon and Washington segments, most trail journals skimp on those pretty badly, I think there is a point of determination that has to be reached once you cross into Oregon that you need to focus or something (why I am so interested in this part). I was a trail angel 1996-2000 (long ago) in Ashland Oregon and used to have hikers crash in my huge screened in porch and yard. Now finally I am gearing up to be class of 2014 and already have my ULA pack and most everything picked out. Anyway, you probably need to sleep for a week and re-acclimation is going to take some time. I have read about some folks who couldn’t sleep in a bed for months and set up their tents etc.

  11. Congratulations Carrot! Hell of an accomplishment! Look forward to reading about your adventure in the weeks ahead. Thanks for your sharing your journey with a bunch of strangers. 🙂

  12. Congratulations Carrot!!! YOU DID IT!!!! VERY AMAZING!!!! I cannot wait to read your book about this 5+ month adventure!!! HURRAY!!!! YAY!!!!! YIPPEEEE!!! And all that jazz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Hoo-Ray!!! Excited for you and best wishes on your re-entry! Take care of yourself. I eagerly wait for the installments that tell the full story.

  14. Amazing! Congratulations Carrot! Thank you for sharing your journey with us. I can’t wait to read about the rest when you have a chance to catch up.

  15. Been reading your blog since southern California and really enjoyed it. Hope to see more of your stories of adventure since my life is in the 8-4:30 continous repetitive cycle…Really nice to see your smile at the border and a big CONGRATULATIONS!! on your accomplishment!

  16. Wahoo! And OMG look at all those followers! Can’t wait for the rest of the story. Overall a tale to be proud of!!!

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