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Most of our gear still had that fresh-offthe-shelf smell. And even if the equipment worked, I wasn’t 100-percent sure that my New York-trained palate could survive three weeks of trail mix and dehydrated dinners. 2016 sources—including this magazine—would say that we should start with something smaller, that we weren’t prepared for a thruhike of the 211-mile John Muir Trail. But we were as ready as our hectic schedules allowed. The time was now. The urgency we both felt was four decades in the making.

Panic causes hyperventilation, and sucking superheated, lung-charring wind will kill you a lot faster than a couple of burns will. Plus, liquids are conductors, and wetting your clothes (purposefully or not) means you’ve just put on a layer of boiling water. No matter how hot you get, keep dry. Same goes for inhaling through a wet bandana. That’ll earn you lip blisters, not a cool breath. In fact, just keep that rag in your pocket; despite what you’ve seen in the movies, cloth isn’t a fine enough filter, and smoke particles will clog your lungs with or without it.

Even as I began shouting after Jason, my cries felt futile, doomed to silence. 2016 kind of terrain was below the ridgeline? Had I just watched Jason fall to his death? A hundred worst-case scenarios flooded my mind. How would I break the news to my sister Jackie? Or Jackie and Jason’s 11-yearold son and 10-year-old daughter? A moment later, I whirled around and called to a hiker about 20 yards ahead. While she made her way back down to me, I took a few steps in the direction I’d seen Jason disappear.

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