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- Subject: [at-l] Respondez
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (William D Horning)
- Date: Thu, 22 May 1997 19:15:52 EDT
hello again. thanks to all who responded with info. I was mostly just
curious about fuel interchangability. (?) Availability of the CG 270
canisters here is pretty good, and I'll have a Whisperlite for my
thru-hike. Actually, the lantern is NOT thru-hike equipment. :)
It's more of a response to the weight-watching I was doing for two-day
trips. I finally decided I could afford to be a little more comfortable
at the expense of a few ounces.
My Gregory Shasta has a 'compartment' under the top lid for a
Camelbak/etc. I didn't realize thats what it was for until I saw it
mentioned in this years Gear Guides!!!
Anybody else with good/bad things to say about this?
Does anybody have the complete volumes of this...........posting? While
I anxiously ;) await regular updates, a little history would be
TAKE BACK THE TRAILS:
I don't know if I will make it out this weekend, but I'll be there in
spirit. Anybody in the DC area who happened to miss the Channel 4 news
story on Wednesday didn't miss much. I get a kick out of the
media...."After a year of no suspects......no clues.........no
information.......CHANNEL 4 WANTS TO KNOW WHY!" Oh please. Could it be
that the Gov't continues to cut staffing and funding in our Parks; asking
half the staff to deal with twice the work? Just once I would like to
see a fat cat overpaid underworked Congressman voluntarily give up half
of his WAY oversized salary and donate it to a good cause.
(Sorry, just had to vent a little)
Well, thats all from this end. See ya later.
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