Follow the adventure of three eccentric travelers as they create a documentary of their 2178.3 mile trek along the Appalachian Trail.
Pigs! All of you! No table manners whatsoever! I'm so proud! I guess your gonna moon the Cog Railroad as well, huh? :)
Excellent! Best video yet. Jake would be proud!Christie
"Where does ham come from?" - best quote from the whole video. Looks like quite a feast!
Hey all, your blog is great! I am also a thruhiker but have not gotten as far as vermont yet. In duncannon today. I think I will stop in NY city as well. Do you have any suggestions? My walk is for paces for peace. You can check it out at pacesforpeace.com drop me a line sometime!
So funny! When I was in college, I waited tables at a southern comfort food restaurant. One of the things on the menu was the "vegetable plate". People could choose any four vegetable sides to make an entree plate. I can't tell you how many people picked mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, pinto beans and cinnamon baked apples (basically pie filling) as their four "vegetables". I always laughed at that.
I agree with CCGinger; my favorite video so far as well. I love the part in the beginning where Kate is naming off the menu and Emily calls out in the background........ "biscuits" and "apple butter". Then, the part at the end, when Emily claims her belly is pregnant with "biscuits and gravy". It's clear which menu items she gorged on.Also, the image of stuffed and exhausted (seemingly from eating) Kate, hanging her head over the scraps on her plate, is priceless!As for Brandon, a bigger HAM than the meat on the menu. Just the way he likes it no doubt!Great job Jay!!!!!!!
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