Glenn Jolley is a veteran hiker but during a hike this summer on the Pacific Crest Trail found himself battling bad weather and a knee injury 30 miles from the trail’s end. (Photo courtesy of Glenn Jolley.)

Glenn Jolley is a veteran hiker but during a hike this summer on the Pacific Crest Trail found himself battling bad weather and a knee injury 30 miles from the trail’s end. (Photo courtesy of Glenn Jolley.)

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