Hiking is the best

Hiking is a great way to enjoy the summer weather while getting some exercise. There are many different hiking trails available, so there is sure to be one that is perfect for you. Just remember to keep your gadgets powered up on the trip.  We do recommend the Jackery Explorer 500.

Some hiking tips to keep in mind are to dress in layers, wear comfortable shoes, and to bring plenty of water. You will also want to make sure to obey all posted signs and be aware of your surroundings at all times.

Now that you know a little bit more about hiking, here are three hiking trails that are perfect for summertime:

1. The Appalachian Trail

2. The Pacific Crest Trail

3. The John Muir Trail

The Appalachian Trail is a 2,180-mile long hiking trail that runs through 14 states from Maine to Georgia. This trail is perfect for experienced hikers who are looking for a challenge.

The Pacific Crest Trail is a 2,650-mile long hiking trail that runs from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon, and Washington. This trail is perfect for hikers who want to experience a variety of landscapes, from desert to forest.

The John Muir Trail is a 210-mile long hiking trail in California. This trail is perfect for hikers who want to experience the beauty of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

No matter which hiking trail you choose, you are sure to have a great time. So get out there and enjoy the summer weather!


Look at the bright side

We are almost done 2020. New times are better times. Things always get’s better. The time we are living in are always better than the past. Or so they say anyways. Sometimes during this year I’ve haven’t been all that sure. But let’s hope that will stay true most of the time.

Speaking about time. Weeknumbers are confusing. Or, not confusing but they are never on top of mind. This year it was 53 of them, to do it even more confusing. The calendar of 2022 is better. Only 52. Back to normal.

See you in 2022!

Times are changing, we not so much

I am really not that good at changes. Once up on a time there was something called the Web2.0 days. These where happy days. These where simpler times. No Facebook, just other stuff. Digg.com was the bomb, and we had things called del.icio.us an similar cool sites.

Came over a service that took me back for a while. Check it out!