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[at-l] Kelty Trekker 4300
- Subject: [at-l] Kelty Trekker 4300
- From: camojack at comcast.net (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Date: Tue Apr 12 01:23:34 2005
A "wicked good" sale, huh?
So...whereabouts in New England do YOU hail from?!
(NOT that there's anything wrong with that)
FYI, external frame packs are considered somewhat passé.
(Since you asked, an' all...)
-"Camo" (Who lived in NH for a spell)
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Anyone use this pack? I just bought one on a wicked good sale, so I hope I'll be happy with it. It's an external frame. All the online reviews I found were good, but I'd love to hear from people on here, too.
- Victoria From infinity1plus1 at yahoo.com Tue Apr 12 00:15:40 2005
From: infinity1plus1 at yahoo.com (Robert)
Date: Tue Apr 12 01:34:59 2005
Subject: [at-l] Another newbie's first post
Dear Present(Shelly) and Future Friends (I hope),
<< reading from sticker on shirt >> Hello, my name is Robert. My dear friend Shelly has told me to join the list in hopes of spurring me on to a thru-hike. I have little to no real hiking experience save the few trips I made in my younger years but have always loved it and have always wanted to hike the AT (even when I was a kid and thought it was just a trail in Massachusetts). Heck I thought the world ended at the New York border. I am recovering from a car accident at the moment, but I've had a huge boost to my morale upon deciding that maybe Shelly was right when she suggested that I think about following through on my "You know I've always wanted to hike the AT" comment. I have been reading the posts for a few days now, but hadn?t wanted to comment until I'd introduced myself. Now to go back through the emails and find the ones that I want to respond to? or maybe I'll just ask Shelly to help me find a seat round the fire and wait for someone to bring up the topics again. On
second thought, and just off the top of my head? the best hot dog I ever had was the last one I had at Fenway Park. I was about 12 and my dad took me for my birthday, only about 4 months late (my birthday is Jan. 5 by the way). I know it probably would not rank on the hot dog meter for best in most cases, but the moment made it the best and frank-ly(pun intended) I think that?s half the battle when trying to decide on the best. On that delectable note, I bid you happy trails for now.
Buddhist thought for the day: There is no way to happiness... happiness is the way.
That just seemed appropriate for some reason.
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