The hike to the peak about (3000 ft) was what I came for, but on my first attempt after 5 miles of hiking I cancelled because i didn’t want to set up in dark on mountainÂ peak, It worked out because I would been able to have shelter because I had the wrong tent poles.
The next morning I set out to hike to the peak of Lewis mountain, I had no maps, or GPS I was going by memory, I found it interesting that I made it. I found lots of land marks along the way, it’s amazing what we can remember if we have to. I didn’t have enough water and ran the risk of dehydration, I picked up some deer for companions as they liked to follow me down the trail. It was nice they didn’t ask me any questions, it just gave me a good vibes. I hope that I can hit the trail soon again adding to my experience of back country camping.