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Re: [CDT-L] [cdt-l] introduction and request

For the second time I'm reading Karen's book, "Where the waters divide",
about her and her husband's experience hiking the CDT, as part of
preparing for a month on the trail in southern colorado this summer. 
I'm in heaven as I hunker down before sleep.  Nothing like trail tales
for warm dreams...Thanks for your hard work!

Jeffrey Olson
Laramie, Wyoming, where it's finally snowing a bit...

KBerger466@aol.com wrote:
> Hi, all.
> I've just joined the list and wanted to say hello. I'm Karen Berger, CDT
> "Class of 90" and outdoor writer.
> I'm working on a book on thru-hiking the three triple crown trails, and would
> like to have other voices in it other than just mine.
> So I am reaching out to my fellow hikers to ask:
> What surprised you on the CDT?
> What would you do differently?
> What did you learn?
> What I plan to do is have boxes in the text, quoting people who respond. You
> can either respond by writing to me directly (KBerger466@AOL.com), or, if you
> think your answers would be of interest to others on thist list, post them
> here, and I can collect them.  I'd appreciate your full name and e-mail so I
> can get back to you with any questions and properly credit you.
> The book will be published next next by the Mountaineers Books.
> Thanks in advance for any help. I look forward to participating on the list!
> Karen Berger
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