One foot in front of the other. One mile at a time.
That’s Johnny Mullen’s plan of attack, as he gears up to hike the Appalachian Trail.
“Walk for 50 (minutes), take a 10-minute break. Stop for lunch. I’m not there to set a land speed record. I’m there for fun,” said the Prince George County resident.
On Tuesday, Mullen began a 119-mile, 10-day journey, making his way from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Wayha, North Carolina.