Upon reflection, it makes perfect sense that I found myself in the woods after graduation albeit a bit more extreme in the form of a thru-hike. I loved every mile of my hike. After five and a half months in the woods, I’m struggling to readjust to civilization. I’ve been dropped back into my life, exactly where I left it. The difference is that the world is moving faster than I am. Cars seem to drive faster, the days are shorter, and I go to bed much, much earlier! Everyone wants to know what’s next. I don’t blame anyone for asking; it is what we do. We want to know where our friends are on the “life timeline.” Put me down under “living!” I’m enjoying my health and lack of financial responsibilities. I don’t know what’s next, but I’m positive it’s going to be something that makes me happy. For the very immediate future you can find my back at Wild Edge Inc. headquarters, working odds and ends, spending time with my nephews (Bow and Bullet) and preserving my sanity in a tree stand.