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Re: [at-l] Hikers anonymous assoc

some of my out-of-office experiences require me to drive past Campmor,
Ramsey outdoor and EMS on the way back (not in that order).  It is 
very difficult to maintain my lane on rt 17 without causing an accident
so count me in.

> I'm curious as to how many of you out there need to join this new group
> that is in formation- Hikers Anonymous Association. Symptoms of those
> who should join.
> 1) A new hiking store opens and you have to go see what they have, even
> though you have 3 sets of every piece of camping equipment ever sold.
> 2) A hiking or camping brochure arrives at work in the mail, and nothing
> seems to get done all morning until you've read it 3 times and
> highlighted new gizmos which youre sure you dont have.
> 3) when you walk into a hiking or camping store your teen age son or
> daughter demands to hold onto your wallet and credit card until you are
> safely out of the store and on the way home.
> 4) Your kitchen has salamis drying all year hanging from the ceiling
> just in case you get an opportunity to catch a quick 2-3 day hike and
> need ready access to dried meat.
> 5) your closets and freezer are full of dehydrated food
> 6) you eat your cereal at home with powdered milk
> 7) You rush home every nite from work to read ATML or ATL or PCTL
> I thought so- send in your name to be included in the group! :-))
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