Hiking With Jason

Detached From Reality

Delay in posts

From Tehachapi to Mammoth, mile 558 to 906, there is a strong possibility I will not have service or WiFi. Therefore it could be almost 3 weeks before I can update the site. I will be writing everyday still and will probably spend an entire day posting once I get to Mammoth. My tracker will be on and you can check in and see my progress on theΒ Where is Jason tab.


  1. Jeremy Gutierrez-Jensen

    May 23, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    πŸ™ now I’m sad.

  2. Esabel Jensen

    May 23, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    Be careful! Hugs

  3. I have really enjoyed following you posts. Look forward to the posts when you have service again. Take care and enjoy!

  4. I’ll be one of your creepers too. Be safe. Can’t wait to hear what you’ve been up to!

  5. HI Jason
    I’ve been following your adventures since day 1. I will be looking forward to your updates. Your blog is entertaining to read.

  6. Please don’t play with the bears like you did with the snakes. I’ll probably cause your page to crash by keeping close track of you. You know I’ll be asking some code questions, so you better answer correctly so I don’t worry and send out search teams. Please be careful.

  7. Laura Salyers

    May 23, 2016 at 9:46 pm

    I hope you mean3 WEEKS not months!!

  8. this blows – watching you inch along on a map will be torture – looking forward to future updates

  9. Bear hugs buddy!!

  10. You might reconsider having the ability to have some hot food once in awhile,, the further north and higher you get, gona get colder and a little hot dinner sure helps to get thro the nights.. Have fun Jason and be careful.

  11. I’m behind on the reads… Thanks for giving me time to catch up! Haha. Be safe! πŸ™‚

  12. We, too, will miss your posts — but will track you. You’re now embarking from where the “Wild” commences, so you’re next posts should be “amazing” to say the least. Stick with your friends and be safe!

  13. Oh,m gosh! This is going to be tough. I will step up the ladder a notch in praying for you. A couple of nights I was up at 1:30 am to check your post.

    God bless you and keep you safe.

    I love you and I am sooo very proud of you.

  14. Love you, Wrong Tent! πŸ™‚

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