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As I walk the beaches, I will remember that the Oregon Coast Trail traverses lands taken from many native peoples. I’m going to try to learn a bit about their stories as I hike.
I was hoping to sight a Western Snowy Plover on my last hike, but all I saw were the warning signs. They line the Oregon Coast trail wherever there are sandy beaches with dunes behind (pretty much the whole trail).
I like to read other thru-hikers’ blogs for inspiration for my Oregon Coast Trail hike. I found a post on training for long-mile days from Triple-Crown hiker Liz “Snorkel” Thomas. She suggests a test hike a few weeks out that she calls a “Baby Big Mile Day”.