17 Sep '13, 1pm

Great article about Heather "Anish" Anderson's #PCTrail hike:

Thanks for your note. I have no actual idea what the “chances” of Heather seeing one mountain lion or four mountain lions in her 2,600-plus miles, 60-plus days, and 14-18 hours a day of hiking are. But, I’m convinced that the probability of seeing four mountain lions, even in that situation, is incredibly, incredibly low. I’ve seen three mountain lions in my whole life while hiking, backpacking, and trail running. (This doesn’t count mountain lions seen from my car while driving in wild locations, just those I’ve seen while on foot.) This means an absolute boat-load of time spent outdoors, including a full decade of living, working, and playing inside national parks. I am just an anecdote, of course, but I would guess my statistics are a bit closer to normal for a small woman who is often alone and who sometimes travels at dawn and dusk. Even Heather, who had hiked the Tri...

Full article: http://www.irunfar.com/2013/09/doing-what-she-most-wants-...

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