The soreness of my body has yet to go away. Getting to breakfast was an adventure itself. I was unable to see anything because of fatigue but I could smell something. Breakfast. I followed my nose to find out what it was. I was delighted with our newest dish, breakfast burritos. They were made by us taking a bag, writing our name on it, filling it with an egg and extras, then boiled for about ten minutes. The end product was scrumptious. It wasnâ€™t one of my best mornings but the food made up for it.
Once I had finished my breakfast we were told to prepare for todays hike on the triple lakes trail and to pack as lightly as possible. All I packed was a sweatshirt, rain jacket, and some Nutrigrain bars if anyone got hungry. We then got split into four groups; I had Joe as my â€œtour guideâ€. Triple lake trail was not as hard as climbing Mt. Healy but, more difficult than Oxbow Trail. The worst part was the beginning because of the incline and how sore I was from the 10k. The best part were the beautiful views from the cliffs above the lake.
The day ended with watching a group of dogsâ€™ mush and a AGLP talent show. I really liked going to see the dogs mush because before and after their short run we got to pet and hang out with the dogs. At 8:30pm we had our talent show. It had multiple acts that were barely practiced and put a smile on everyoneâ€™s face. My van sang and danced for the talent show. Even though it was awfully sung, it was a great way to end the day.
By: Mike Sitar