Day 26 - Wrightwood, CA

I spent the morning with my host family, they fed us generously with pancakes, sausages, eggs, and potatoes, the works! 

Mike and Sue, and fellow hikers Irene and Jorge. 

Mike and Sue, and fellow hikers Irene and Jorge. 

We sang some songs and I picked out a couple on their daughter-in-law's ukulele. They really enjoy hymns, too, and introduced me to some new and old ones. 

It felt so good to be in the company of such a loving family. I left by mid afternoon and said hi to some friends in town before getting a ride with Pattern Seeker and his step dad, a really cool dude. Check out his license plate!

Paytern Seeker's family were in town for his birthday and treated us hikers to cake and fruit smoothies, yum! 

Paytern Seeker's family were in town for his birthday and treated us hikers to cake and fruit smoothies, yum! 

I returned to the trail feeling inspired and touched by all of the forms of generosity and kindness that were shared with me. 

I hiked on through the cool mist, with pleasant thoughts floating through my mind.

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I met up with my friend Moon Burned who was taking a nap along the trail. 

We hiked on into the twilight and found a nice flat spot to cowboy camp on Mount Baden-Powell.

The softly setting sun. 

The softly setting sun. 

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