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Re: [at-l] Re: nite hiking

Alan T. Julliard wrote:
> teeth-chattering the night away between hallucinagenic slips into sleep.

I'm sure this may be a difficult question to answer...but I'll ask it 
The  teeth-chattering hallucinagenic slips into sleep....been there..
done that and it was one of the scariest things I've ever endured. So 
how do you handle that..
I find I can take alot of challenges physically, I walked on a broken 
ankle for a half a day....(not far but long). But when you mess with my 
mind, or rather when I can no longer trust my mind, my senses....I'm in 
real trouble.  So the question is how do you deal with this?  Especially
on a ledge?   Failure to answer this question will be fully understood.	
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