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Re: [at-l] Book Review
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Book Review
- From: Kathy Bilton <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 3 Aug 1997 23:09:30 -0400 (EDT)
- Reply-to: Kathy Bilton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Sun, 3 Aug 1997, Janet Dellinger wrote:
> and search through the catalog. It will be carried by the ATC but may not
> be in the catalog yet so call them directly.
I saw it at ATC HQ a few weeks ago where it was indeed for sale.
(1-888-AT STORE (toll-free) Online ordering is not yet functional though
it was thought to start July 18 according to the ATC page...) Looked like
a fine book! And fun to read about the hikers many of us became familiar
with last year via this list, etc.
Thinking about books.. I've just gotten a hold of one I saw mentioned a
while back in rec.backcountry. (The author happens to mention the AT in
the intro to his book.) I just dug up the post via Dejanews and include
> Why not try something a little farther afield, such as the pilgrimage to
> Santiago de Campostella (a traditional pilgrimage route to a shrine in
> northwestern Spain)? You could start from Paris or from the South of
> France and make it a nice long walk. Lots of people to meet, history and
> culture to experience. Try reading Jack Hitt's book Off the Road,
Thanks for mentioning this book. Sounds like it would be a good read.
Found a URL with a bit of info about it:
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