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Read this book if you want to experience something amazing while ensconced in your hammock on the last days of Summer.
Her adventure story is enriched with humor, soul-searching, beautiful prose, crisp you-are-there descriptions, majesty, poignancy, and, always, honesty.
Gail Storeys tales of high adventure on the Pacific Crest Trail with her husband, Porter are written with great humor and wit.
Good book. Not just a technical piece, but a look at the emotional and personal side as well. She's a good writer.Published 3 days ago by Tealdee
This is the fifth book on the PCT that I have read. It is my least favorite. It has some valuable information, some mishaps and her own fears and outdoor struggles that I can... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Sage Wolf
In the shadow of the enormously popular "Wild: by Cheryl Strayed, "I Promise Not to Suffer" may seem like an echo. Similarities? Sure. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Mark Stevens
Gail Storey's account of her grueling and inspiring hike on the Pacific Crest Trail with her hospice- doctor- gear head husband, Porter, should prove inspirational to anyone who... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vicki Lindner
I could hardly wait for my day to end and I could sink into this beautiful book. I love anything having to do with the PCT but adding a loving couples voyage, coming to terms with... Read morePublished 2 months ago by karen
Loved it!!! I can't wait to hike a thru trail myself someday!!!Published 2 months ago by Bridget Fergason
I was surprised how much I enjoyed reading this book. I picked it up because it sounded interesting but I couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elaine Tam
I found the author to be a bit too whiney. I've hike a little of the PCT and sectioned hiked the A.T. for years, and hiking these long trails is DIFFICULT! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Puddle