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RE: [at-l] Resupply in the Whites

There is also an excellent grocery a few miles south on 16 in Glen, NH.
There may be something in Jackson as well, but I've never been to Jackson.
The grocery in Glen is at the intersection of 16 and 302, you can't miss it.

Lee I Joe

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-at-l@backcountry.net [mailto:owner-at-l@backcountry.net]On
> Behalf Of Atcamel@aol.com
> Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2000 4:01 PM
> To: at-l@backcountry.net
> Subject: Re: [at-l] Resupply in the Whites
> Hi Kristen,
> You should consider the huts as a possible resupply.  You can
> eat dinner and
> breakfast (leftovers) with the work for stay.  Also, many
> times the huts have
> leftovers for sale during the day.  I've chowed down on 50
> cent all you can
> eat pancake leftovers.  It's worth checking the huts after
> breakfast and
> before dinner to see what is available.  Of course, some
> other hungry thru
> hiker might have beat you to the leftovers.  I spent three
> days in the Whites
> eating from the huts alone.
> Other resupply points are:
> Glencliff (just before the Whites) - PO only
> North Woodstock at Kinsman Notch or Franconia Notch (preferred)
> Pinkham Notch - hitch to Gorham
> The Mt. Washington PO is not recommended - too many hikers
> have arrived their
> without their boxes.
> The huts are a good resupply option, but you can't count on
> leftovers,
> work-for-stay, or even a paid stay.  If you want a political
> discussion of
> the AMC huts, you'll have to go to another site.:)
> Camel
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