For the sixth day in a row, I've lost a fraction of a pound. It's not much, but six times 0.2 or 0.4 pounds is still 2 pounds at the end of the week, right? Whether it's coming off quickly or slowly (and maybe more sustainably, I don't know), it's still progress.
|312.8 lbs (141.9 kg) - down six days in a row|
With some long hikes and outdoor adventures coming up in the next few weeks, starting with Bear Trap Canyon near Norris, MT, later today and tomorrow; then Moab, Utah, in two weeks; and 100 miles near Crater Lake/on the PCT in Oregon in six weeks, there's going to be a lot of calorie burning coming up. Even though it still seems a long way away, my 303 lb target for the end of April looks achievable, and breaking through the psychological 300 lb barrier looks doable before the Pacific Crest Trail hike.
Every morning, I wake up thankful for the support and encouragement of all my friends, and everyone who made this journey happen.
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