I just wanted to let you know that Badger’s Appalachian Trail book has its own website. If you’re so inclined, check it out, let me know what you think, maybe get a book or seven (one for Snow White and six of her dwarfs- Dopey doesn’t get one until he cleans his act up), maybe “like” the page, maybe tweet it, or Google plus it. Or maybe do none of that. That’s up to you. I’m just giving you options.
The new Appalachian Trials website was designed and developed by Adam Nutting of Hiking the Trail. You should check out Adam’s site because he gives you free gear.
Also, as a little bit of a change in procedure- this website will slowly be transitioning away from all things Appalachian Trail. There is now a dedicated Appalachian Trials blog that will be taking over that role in due time. It’s still a bit rough right now, but I promise you, it will eventually be awesome. And let this be a warning to 2012 thru-hikers, pay attention to this blog over the course of the next couple of weeks. Just trust me, k?
the Good Badger will return to its regular scheduled programming, which roughly translates to whatever is on my mind for the day. I may still chat about the AT, but I may also try to get you to move to San Diego. You just can’t be sure.
Also a little update with the status of the book:
You guys are amazing. We already have 10 reviews. That really, truly means a lot to me (as you likely already know). If you have read the book and wouldn’t mind taking 89 seconds out of your day to share your thoughts with Amazon, that would bring a smile to my face. Also, I’m hopeful Amazon will soon link the print and e-book page so all reviews feed into one. ARE YOU LISTENING AMAZON!?!
That’s all we have for now.