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re: [at-l] Origin behind trail names...



Globetrotter -a name given to me by my Alaskan friends after hiking so many places around the Globe plus my jump shot is better Meadowlark Lemon's!
Cheers
Globey

Paul A Magnanti <pmags@juno.com> wrote:
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>Magaroni.  A family nickname (along with Mags, Mag, Mr. Mags..etc..ete
>because no one can seem to pronounce my last name correctly,  but that is
>another story.. :D).  Take the word macaroni, modify it a bit because of
>the ethnic background of my last name and volia: a playful nickname
>suitable for a goofy guy who enjoys long distance hiking...
>
>Paul "Mags" "Magaroni"  Magnanti (Ma-nyon-tee....or as  I heard it said
>MacNanti, Magnanski, Magentee,  Maganantee, Magnetti......huh?!?!  yeah
>Mags works. :D)
>
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