Our eighth hitch took us North to Sequoia National Forest where we camped at Walker Pass and worked trail south. It was the hitch of digging tread. Beginning about one mile in, the trail dwindled to less than a foot in width due to the decomposing granite hillside across which the trail is built. We set to widening it with shovels and rakes and implements of destruction. At times the work was monotonous but we managed to power through and have a good time doing it. It was another landscape that produced some amazing experiences some of which were captured by the rogue volunteer.