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[at-l] Re: Reading Material
- Subject: [at-l] Re: Reading Material
- From: Dan Grossman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 13 Jan 1997 21:12:13 -0600 (CST)
What I did for reading material is probably what most of you do NOT think
will work for you, but believe it or not I found MAGAZINES were what I
enjoyed most. Here's why:
* Reasonably easy to pick up in various towns
* Throw them away when you're done
* I really enjoy reading a good magazine cover to cover and it's
something I rarely make the time to do off of the Trail.
* I personally enjoyed reading about "the real world" on my hike. It was
like reading about a distant place I knew very well and would return to.
My hike was about doing something different and wonderful; I didn't feel
the desire to cut myself off from "reality" completely.
Oh and it was four weeks into my hike before I had enough "down time" in
camp to carry leisure reading. So I might recommend starting out with
nothing and changing your mind once you're in the groove.
As always, just letting folks know what worked for me.
|Dan Grossman email@example.com "My opinions are always my own|
|6360 S. Main Sid Room 602 and are never shared by as |
|Houston, TX 77005 (713) 630-8678 many people as I wish." |
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