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Re: [at-l] introduction
- Subject: Re: [at-l] introduction
- From: Craig Groeschel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 13:48:30 -0500
GT> >Guidebook Maps. Not really necessary, but nice.
LB> Maps are one of the 10 essential things that you are always supposed
> to have with you. Leslie
I am planning to leave from Springer on April 15th. I read somewhere that was
the "traditional" start date, but it seems like a lot of people are leaving
earlier. Will I be in the middle of the herd, or bringing up the rear?
I was hoping to save a hundred-odd bucks and not buy the maps, but now I guess
I'd better ask. Should I buy the maps?
Wasn't planning on carrying a compass either.
Just put one foot in front of the other, and follow the blazes. How hard can
it be? (heh heh heh...foolish mortal)
Craig E. Groeschel >cgroesch at bell south dot net<
"Do not play this piece fast. It is never right to play Ragtime fast." Joplin
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