The day started off quickly and comfortably, over rolling hills on an empty, shady road.
Last night while talking to Joel, he told us his favorite breakfast on the trail was Little Debbie Honey Buns. So the next morning we stopped at Cowboy’s Food Mart in search of just that. In the absence of Honey Buns, though, we settled for cinnamon buns, paired with sausage biscuits and coffee :-). We are so happy to have spent a night in Damascus. Being the crossroads of the AT and the Trans America Trail, the little town has all the amenities and supplies that a hiker or biker could possibly want, plus the added bonus of meeting hikers.
Breaking down camp today was easier than usual since everything was completely dry, thanks to the pavilion we slept under.
This morning, we woke early and left camp without any trace.