Not just from the artwork, but from their adorable, quirky and fun personalities depicted through their photographs.
The name was created by combining their last names: David Faling and Lindsey Fox.
Lindsey would not only paint scenery, every 100 miles, she would create a trail marker that included the mile number along with it’s matching scenery.
She kept me going with her amazing spirit; always finding something positive to focus on during the long flat featureless sections of the trail. What would you say was your partner’s best/worst quality while thru-hiking?
Miyagi: Dave’s best quatlity is his ability to let things go and roll with the punches.
I officially met them both at Lindsey’s PCT art exhibition at The Lizard Lounge.
It was amazing to see all of Lindsey’s work in real life after following her for months.
“There’s breadcrumbing when you’ve broken up with someone but you don’t want to let them go; there’s breadcrumbing as a way of keeping a dating prospect on ‘hold,’” the explains.
“Or there’s breadcrumbing as a kind of game: when a person is ‘not interested in you, but interested in themselves staying relevant to you.’”Because of the seminal role that technology plays in the modern dating scene, breadcrumbing can be especially infuriating if you’re in search of a genuine connection.
Photo courtesy of Lindsey Fox Photo courtesy of Lindsey Fox Photo courtesy of Lindsey Fox Photo courtesy of Lindsey Fox As an artist, and someone who wanted to not just hike, but to do something creative with my journey, I became a big fan of Lindsey’s work.
Lindsey and David’s Instagram has a lot of character.
When I decided in June of 2016 that I was going to take on the PCT, I obsessively started following current hikers on Instagram.