Mile: 1995.1 to 2017.4 (22.3)
Two thousand miles... Even after walking all of them it's hard to believe. But we passed a hiker made marker in the dirt and my Halfmile app said the same so it must be true.
Two volcanoes were the order of the day. First up was Three Finger Jack which we climbed a good amount toward the summit as we traversed the west side. We walked through miles of burned trees today which helped with the views occasionally. Water was a problem all day with sources at 13 and 17 miles, the first a warm but clear water mosquito pond, the second a small lake. As we needed more than 17 miles a water haul at the end of the day (again) was necessary. We are definitely getting tired of long water hauls and thought we'd be done with them by now.
Our second volcano is Mt. Jefferson. We made it most of the way to it and pulled in at a campsite with fantastic views. We'll tackle the rest of that beast tomorrow.