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Re: [at-l] reading



I don't know if it came out in paperback, but how about George Meeghan's
"the Longest Walk"?  Haven't read it, but I would like to find a copy one
of these days. He walked from the tip of South America north to Alaska. 
It's supposed to be good.
Ginny

On Tue, 28 Mar 2000 14:54:13 -0500 hudsom@us.ibm.com writes:
> Okay, so I'm jumping the gun on my vacation by a little bit, but I'm
> looking for suggestions for some high-altitude reading suitable to 
> the
> Andes. When I'm out on the trail I'm partial to the Thoreau, Muir, 
> Abbey,
> Leopold genre, so something along that line by someone I've never 
> heard of
> would be perfect <g>. Also any entertainment pertinent to the Andes. 
>  Any
> suggestions?
> 
> Thanks, Skeeter
> 
> 
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