In this episode we will be discussing my expectations, my apprehensions, and my hopes for my upcoming Bibbulmun Track thru hike which I start on 9 August 2018 in what is forecast to be heavy rains. Tomorrow I spend the day on planes heading to the trail head in Western Australia.
Over the coming weeks I will be walking my way back to Perth and as part of the experience I will be recording a weekly podcast. I will also be interviewing other hikers doing the track as a thru hike, known as an ‘end to end’ on the Bibbulmun, as well as those doing shorter sections to hear how they are going and what they think of the track. So if you thinking about doing this walk listen over the next 6+ weeks to the ‘on trail episodes’ as well as the round up episodes at the end once I am home.
I hope that you will follow my journey and If you have any questions please send me an email or a message and I will endeavour to respond, although it may take me a little while.
Tim will be publishing daily posts which you can access through Facebook @Australianhiker, regular photo posts of the journey on Instagram @Australianhiker, an podcasts which you can listen to through our website here, or on iTunes, Stitcher Radio and many other Pod-catcher services.
If you have any questions about the track and how I am going send me a facebook message or an email and I will do my best to answer promptly but as I won’t always have phone/data signal it may take me a couple of days to reply.
If you are out on the track say hello and let me know how your journey is going. The Journey begins!
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