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It’s time for an ultralight meal planning makeover!

Unexpected injuries ending thru hikes prematurely can be devastating! After hiking only 375 miles, I was forced off the trail due to a shoulder injury. Although I could no longer carry my backpack, I couldn’t bear the thought of my dream ending so soon while the remainder of my body felt great. Well, I did what I do best. I persevered and found an alternate way to keep my dream alive! Earned the trail name “Sling” after creating a sling out of my tent footprint to stabilize my shoulder.
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