Bonding on the divide

A dad and his daughter grow together on the CDNST

 

Photo courtesy of Dave Gloss

Dave and Robin Gloss in the Sierra Madre mountains in 2001. That was their first year hiking the Continental Divide trail through Wyoming together.

Reflecting on the years of hiking the Continental Divide Trail with her father, Robin Gloss summed up by saying, "Obviously I don't know what would have happened if we hadn't done this, so I can't really say, but it's been fun and I feel like I am closer to you and I don't always get sick of you after hiking with you for a couple of days."

It all started shortly after the family moved back to Wyoming in 2001, when Robin was just one-year-old. In 2001, for Christmas, Dave Gloss and his wife Paula Guenther (they are now divorced) each gave the other "Wyoming's Continental Divide Trail" a boo...



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