I’d like to announce that I have been hand chosen as one of the Top 100 Hiking Blogs on Feedspot. Feedspot is a content reader for reading all your favorite websites in one place. Thank you to feedspot for taking a chance and taking a look at my blog. Some of the criteria that Feedspot used to rank the blogs are: “Google reputation and Google search ranking, Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites, quality and consistency of posts and Feedspot’s editorial and expert review”.
Yes, I am 73rd. I am honored by it too, having a full-time job and trying to keep up with all my posts and hikes are very hard. It’s another full-time job almost and being that I spend most my nights doing some sort of sport (swimming, gym, beach volleyball, biking) and taking weekend trips (traveling, backpacking, fishing), I don’t have much time to update the blog. I have been working very hard this past year to get up to date on all my hikes, working on a new brand image (logo and colors) and adding content that the weekend adventurer may want to read.
See more about my blog below.
Feedspot was designed for the user to throw all of your favorite websites into one place instead of having to jump from page to page. I learned about Feedspot a year ago and decided to use it as well; there are so many things to keep up with and it is nice to be able to hop around on people’s pages. Take a look at their page: www.feedspot.com
I began the blog about 10 years ago, mainly for my family to see my travels and hikes. I didn’t know that it would become an obsession throughout the years that I would later be so involved in the hopes that the reader will take the information and stories I read and enjoy their own adventure that they may take from the ideas.
As some of you may know already, I am an avid backpacker and hiker. I post most of my photos on Instagram @beyondlimitsonfoot; follow me there if you’d like to join in the adventures. I’ve hiked over 1,000 miles since the time I’ve been writing this blog and they are all logged on my website on the Mileage Page. Of course, I have yet to update a few of them, but in due course I will make sure they get up there for you to read.
It is always hard to pick your favorites, but I do have a few that I hold dear because of their difficulty of finishing:
I’ve put together some lists for the reader to check out what is in my backpack and what kind of food to take on a hike.