At the end of the second week I reached Pemberton which means that 40% of the trail is done. I’m actually a day ahead of schedule but I’m not taking that for granted and now have seven days up my sleeve just in case.
In this episode I discuss the camp infrastructure as well as my journey from Walpole to Pemberton.
These rammed earth shelters are progressively replacing the old timber versions one the trail
Toilet at the rammed earth shelters
Inside of toilets at the rammed earth shelters
L shaped layout of the newer timber shelters
Older style of timber shelter, note the bunks
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