I Promise Not to Suffer wins national award

Yes, you want to read this. It's great.

It’s fantastic.

Gail Storey’s wonderful book about her hike on the Pacific Crest Trail won the National Outdoor Book Award! We’re thrilled. I Promise Not To Suffer: A Fool for Love Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail is Gail’s light-hearted yet heart-felt memoir about her and her husband’s adventures and misadventures, deepening marriage, and reflections on being irrevocably changed by life on the trail.

This is the second year in a row that a book about the PCT has won a National Outdoor Book Award. Last year the top spot was taken by Suzanne Roberts with Almost Somewhere: Twenty-Eight Days on the John Muir Trail.

Author: Jack "Found" Haskel

As the Trail Information Manager, Jack works to connect people to the PCT. He's involved with a wide variety of projects that help the trail, the trail's users and the community that surrounds the experience. He has thru-hiked (Pacific Crest Trail in 2006; Colorado Trail in 2008; Continental Divide Trail in 2010) and is an obsessed weekend warrior.