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Re: [at-l] Annie V. Ursary



When I heard it (as a nipper in Illinois) it was a farmer out standing in 
his field.  Prob'ly a Hoosier, I figger.  Werd.

JPJane


>From: Felix <athiker@smithville.net>
>To: AT-list <at-l@backcountry.net>
>Subject: [at-l] Annie V. Ursary
>Date: Mon, 02 Aug 1999 06:38:49 -0700
>
>Well, one year ago today I kissed my cats goodbye, got in a van with my
>pack and headed for Maine. What a movie has happened since. Outstanding.
>In that time, I've hiked five months, slept for a  month and then took
>over the most lucrative landscape account in all of southern Indiana.
>Plus, it's tomato season again. Don't let this be another damned
>rollercoaster ride.
>
>So, I think it is only fitting that we have a word of the day. And, I
>also think that that word should be the word that I used to describe the
>hike:
>
>Outstanding.
>
>Is Kahley out standing in the rain without an umbrella?
>
>A year already?
>
>Pet yer dog...
>
>--
>Felix J. McGillicuddy
>ME-->GA '98
>"Your Move"
>
>Stop and see me at:  http://members.tripod.com/~Felixhikes/index.html
>
>
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