Tom Logsdon is a long-distance hiker who has carried a pack over 5,000 miles of back country trails in the last ten years. He has completed the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, and the Long Trail over the Green Mountains from Vermont to Canada. For the last three years he has been section hiking the Pacific Crest Trail for a month each summer. The PCT extends from the Mexican border with California to the Canadian border. In this talk, Tom will discuss his hike through the High Sierra section from Mount Whitney to Yosemite Valley. The High Sierra trail is very remote and at elevations generally above 8,000 feet, with mountain passes at or above 11,000 feet. During this hike in July 2010, Tom experienced an exceptional amount of snow pack and a higher than normal level of water at stream crossings. Join us to hear some of Tom’s fascinating stories and to see some breathtaking photographs.