Friday, March 20, 2009

Appalachian Spring, Appalachian Trail

Celebrate the first day of Spring with me on the trail  (click here).

Always heading for higher ground,

Ranger Mannie


Anonymous said...

Mannie, thank you so much for clips like this one! Those of us that are stuck in the tropics (for now) really enjoy such glimpses of life in the places where we soon hope to be.


Mannie Gentile said...

Glad you liked it Barry, and I hope you're feeling better.

Anonymous said...

If I didn't have such a great backyard (and hog pen), I'd
want to live in your backyard.

John C. Nicholas

John said...


Where on the trail did you take the picture? (Can't get at the You Tube from work?)

Our Scout Troop hikes the AT in VA regularly...doing the Hog Camp Gap/Cole Mtn area in 2 weeks. WE want to do a PA to VA hike next year to get the BSA 50 miler.


J Buchanan

Mannie Gentile said...


Annapolis Rock which is Just up the road from Greenbrier State Park on Route 40 east. Parking lot is to the Right just as you cross over the line into Frederick County. The Rock is a hike of about 2.5 miles or so.