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Since the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) gained notoriety through the 2014 movie, "Wild," people have flocked to hike the PCT. Others have hiked the Appalachian Trail (AT) and some have hiked both, but few have achieved the pinnacle of hiking by also traversing the third and most difficult trail, the Continental Divide (CDT).
Islander Lizzy Corliss, 24, plans to throw her backpack into the pool of the select few — under 200 — who have hiked all three, achieving the Triple Crown of hiking.
Community Events, May 2016
Come a little closer, I want to introduce you to my new favorite, Sonoma Gluten Free Flatbread Pizza! Now you can enjoy real honest to goodness flatbread pizza that is made without artificial ingredients, preservatives or colors. The best part is that it is Certified Gluten Free! Did you know that May is Celiac Awareness month?...
Brazi Bites are the perfect for every occasion! What are Brazi Bites? Savory Gluten-Free cheese bread born in Brazil but made in Portland, OR. Brazi Bites are made with 8 naturally Gluten-Free ingredients and are Non-GMO, no preservatives, no sugar, no trans fats and nothing artificial, 100% natural. I love these little Brazi Bites because they...
Wow! This year has flown by and I can’t believe that it is already Thanksgiving! This year it is all about making everything “Super Easy”. I decided to try Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Stuffing Mix. It is in the Fearless Flyer this week for $5.99. The mix contains the toasted Gluten-Free bread cubes and seasoning. I...
Ask islander Lizzy Corliss about her adventures hiking the Appalachian Trail solo this year or the Pacific Crest Trail with her brother Josh last year, and her stories are peppered with names like Neon, Goosebumps, Magic Stick, Pan, Tooneboost and her own — Laugh Track. There's a unique culture born from hours on the trail — including lingo and nicknames. Corliss will share her first-hand knowledge about trail culture, her experiences while hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) and show slides at 7 p.m. Friday at the Land Trust building.