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Re: [at-l] introduction
I would buy (and have bought) the maps. But some disagree, and you can get along
without them. But they are good for planning, re-planning, emergency bail-outs,
and I like to know what that mountain over there is called. Worth their weight.
- Gary from Fairfax
Craig Groeschel wrote:
> 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)
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