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[at-l] Crossing the Kennebec
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Does anyone know what the recommended method for crossing the Kennebec will
be this year, now that Steve has decided to retire?
My niece, a lovely Georgia peach who does not understand how I could possibly
enjoy being out on the trail, sent this to me today. I do not know if she
had a heads up about the change or if she is just being encouraging in
> Subject: crossing the river
> >One day, three men were hiking and unexpectedly came upon a large
> >raging, violent river. They needed to get to the other side, but had
> >idea of how to do so. The first man prayed to God, saying, "Please
> >God, give me
> >the strength to cross this river." Poof! God gave him big arms and
> >strong legs, and he was able to swim across the river in about two
> >after almost drowning a couple of times.
> >Seeing this, the second man prayed to
> >God, saying, "Please God, give me the strength and the tools to
> >cross this river." Poof! God gave him a rowboat and he was able to
> >row across the river in about an hour, after almost capsizing the
> >boat a couple of times.
> >The third man had seen how this worked out for the other two, so he
> >also prayed to God saying, "Please God, give me the strength and
> >tools...and the intelligence...to cross this river." And poof! God
> >him into a woman. She looked at the map, hiked upstream a couple of
> >hundred yards, then walked across the bridge.