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Re: [at-l] saddleback

You know many letters the powers that be have been receiving?  Keep us 
posted?  Thanks, JPJ

>From: "McBride, James" <mcbride_j@lxe.com>
>To: "'ATL Mailing List'" <AT-L@backcountry.net>
>Subject: [at-l] saddleback
>Date: Wed, 4 Aug 1999 15:54:43 -0400
>One more time.
>Anyone that hasn't done so please write a letter to the NPS concerning the
>Saddleback situation. Whether your a former or future thru-hiker, section
>hiker, or day hiker, if you love the AT and want this incredible place in
>Maine to stay as it is, do something about it.
>If you don't know much about it I suggest using the link below to 
>and follow the links to get more info. Wingfoot has provided an easy way to
>write a letter which will then be forwarded to the appropriate people at 
>NPS, ATC, the Maine congressional delegation and the governor of Maine. Use
>what WF has provided - its easy. If you don't want to use it thats fine too
>- just write a personal letter and send it yourself. But please do
>something. I don't understand why more people aren't getting invovlved.
>If your objection to using the Trailplace website is that you have a 
>with the admin and don't want to help him out then remember this: Its not
>his trail and its your not helping him out by writing a letter. Your 
>all AT hikers, present and future, to protect the beauty of the AT. If you
>still don't want to use Tailplace then thats OK. Just log on Trailplace and
>read the info and get the addresses then write your own letter.
>Please help. Time is running out.
>Jim McBride
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