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What would you do differently if you hiked the PCT today? My pack was so heavy and caused me a lot of physical pain and hardship.
I would have shoes that were a better fit to my foot size and shape. That turmoil and suffering and discomfort I went through contributed to making the trip so transformative for me.
Did your feet recover?
Especially because I lost both of my big toenails, which it turns out is a big deal. It took them years to come back and another few years beyond that to be entirely normal.
I also get asked a lot if I would do it again, and the answer is absolutely. We are fascinated by the idea of travel as therapy.
Obviously that is some of what it was for you. Could you talk a little about how it was like therapy? One of the reasons we love to travel is so that we can see our lives anew.
Travel allows us to have perspective on home. On my hike in particular, I was away from my normal life, and I was able to see it more clearly, but I was also venturing into very solitary terrain. I had only myself most days. It was all about my thoughts and my actions.
Whenever you travel alone, you feel really in touch with your own strength.
It can be a confidence-building experience. Especially a trip like my PCT hike, where it is so solitary that it forces you to look pretty deeply at all the things about your life that are difficult. Questioning yourself and your experiences and trying to be enlightened by them, by really taking a straight and hard look at them.
And of course, writing the book was another layer of that because I had to look really deeply at the journey itself. But they all three end up being therapeutic in the end.
I guess I have to try Prozac so I can compare. So many people see themselves in my journey.
Essentially, the travel experience took you outside your regular life and allowed you to see more clearly the life you have at home. But all of that pales in comparison to the feeling I have when people tell me my book changed their life or moved them in some significant way.
It means everything to me. I delight in it. Obviously there are hard scenes, some of the saddest scenes of my life are there on the screen.