A travel narrative that tells the story of the author's 133-day solo hike along the Continental Divide Trail. This story blends the scenic beauty of nature with a tale of emotional honesty. Starting at the Mexico border, the author threads her way through New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, ending up at the Canada border. The trail winds through some of the most exceptional land of the USA, but few hike the complete trail. Moynihan walked the entire trail by herself at the age of 27. It's a demanding trail, one marked by weather extremes like heavy swpack, flooded rivers, and thirty-mile waterless gaps, as well as prolonged solitude and navigational challenges that require adept map and compass skills.