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Re: [at-l] Re: at-l-digest V1 #364
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Re: at-l-digest V1 #364
- From: "Merlin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 13 Aug 97 13:25:04 PDT
Don't ever leave your trail anchor at home; I would have been blown into
the next county if I hadn't brought mine while climbing Clingman's Dome
last spring. Instead, leave your smoke bender; you can always make up
your steam at home and include it in your mail drops [ I know, its not as
BTW, I've got an extra dozen tent peg holes I'd like to trade for a good
used sky hook, anybody interested? They're real light...
> > OK, I can't stand it any longer. WHAT IS a left handed smoke shifter
> > what makes it differented from a right handed smoke shifter... I'm
> > guessing it must shift smoke, but from where and to where????
> > And a tent stretcher??
> This old fogey still uses his canvas tent, so a tent stretcher is a
> necessary evil, but I have accepted some new fangled gear to cut down
> weight and got some titanium toilet paper. You can't make a decent
> bucket of steam without a smoke bender (right handed north of the
> mason-dixon line, left handed south)so if you ever plan on having snipe
> on the menu then you better toss one in the backpack, leave the trail
> anchor at home. Who says the old ways ain't the best ways?
> see y'all
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