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What's Cooking on the PCT 2015 (Volume 1) Paperback – December 1, 2015
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Rainman is a serial entrepreneur, businessman and avid hiker. Last year he hiked the Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim in one day, and he’s planning to do it again next year (maybe rim-to-rim-to-rim). He’s also an Assistant Organizer with Branch Whitney’s 52 Peak Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. While living there he led hikers on incredibly challenging routes to some of the coolest peaks in Southern Nevada and Arizona. Rainman never backpacked a day in his life until April 15, 2015 – the day he began a thru-hike from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (PCT). He was enamored from the very start. He loved everything about it: the beauty, the serenity, the challenge, and of course the people – everyone – from the hikers to the trail angels to the locals along the way. Although he had to leave at mile 652 (Walker Pass Campground) due to an injury, he intends on returning soon to finish the journey. In the meantime, he has his sights set on hiking from France to Spain along the Way of St. James (aka the Camino de Santiago de Compostela). He’s also looking to participate in one (or more) of the Oxfam Trailwalker endurance events. But that will be after his hike through Costa Rica. Rainman had so many new business ideas throughout his hikes and especially during his time out on the PCT. He considered writing a series of books or stories; he thought about playing with wind turbine technology, given all the wind turbine fields he walked through along the way. He also contemplated opening a hiker’s heaven that would sell food, gear and equipment to those on the trail. And to those who met Rainman, and hiked and camped with him know, he had some crazy ideas. However, some of his ideas – like this one – just might be worthwhile. A simple cookbook that gives back to the same trail that he (and so many others) fell in love with.
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