Mahosic notch is known as the most difficult and fun part of the trail. After hiking 10 miles down to it, I had fun climbing over and under rocks in the natural maze. At on spot I used a young tree to rapel down the side of a bolder. Then I had to climb Mahosic Arm for 1 1/2 miles that left me exhausted. “Indeed in our hearts we felt the sentence of death. But this happened  that we might not rely on ourselves but on God.” 2 Cor 1:9. The last 2 1/2 miles I just repeated, God is good, God give me strength” as sort of a mantra.  I finally   dropped down another mile at 6pm to the campsite, tired. Going to bed now, even though its still light outside. Oh, I almost forgot, we walked into Maine.
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