A Fool and His Boots

In the Spring of 2001, I strapped on a backpack and attempted to hike the entire length of the Appalachian Trail. I made it as far as Damascus, Virginia. In the Summer of 2002, I returned to pick up where I had left off. I hiked southern Virginia that year. Here is my trail journal from that hike. It is the second of eight. More
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About Tommy Baggins

Who am I?

I'm a lover of sci-fi and fantasy fiction as well as a fan of classic movies. I'm a self-proclaimed royal historian of Oz as well as the self-proclaimed emperor of Canada and, yes, I'm completely full of it.

I like to think that I'm a sterling example of person with Asperger's syndrome. It may be more trouble than it's worth but it lends me and my writing a distinctive perspective.

I live in the real-life fairy country along the border between Delaware and Pennsylvania. Although, during the summers, I like to throw on a backpack and go walking among the mountains.

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About the Series: Asperger's on the Appalachain Trail
An otherwise ordinary fellow with Asperger's Syndrome decides to hike the Appalachian Trail and ends up doing so a piece at a time over the course of eight years. The journals kept during those hikes chronicle one man's quixotic quest as well as offering glimpses into both the Appalachian Trail as well as the Aspergarian mind.

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