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[cdt-l] CDT ways and means.......
Maggot here, that's Margo to the rest of you. Sly, let me
know a bit before you reach Twin Lakes, CO. I'm not far
from there (maybe an hour or so) and would love to see
you. 970-925-2220 is work number. 970-704-9674 is home.
Keep me in mind.
That goes for anyone else who's hiking the CDT as well.
Although not right on the trail, I can offer you a bed ,
a roof and a hot tub for a night or a few. Numbers are
I'm sending this from my work email. Please reply to
> I think I've decided on what direction I'll be heading next year. Of
> nothing is etched in stone, especially on this trail, but I'm considering
> going north through New Mexico and if the conditions are right, flipping
> there and hiking south from Canada. I figure this way I have the legs to
> help me any snow in Montana and I'll be able to read the guidebooks as
> I'll probably start earlier than most northbounders, taking it a little
> which will be easier on the body and allow time to brush up on route
> I'm still a little perplexed as to the routes I'll be taking, but next
> I get together with CDT alumni and will be able to take a look at his maps
> and figure something out.
> I'm also going to purchase a Suunto X-Lander. One of those wrist computer,
> altimeter, compass, watch, barometer things. A buddy of mine who works for
> Galayn's says he can pro deal one for me CHEAP, and has already talked to
> rep about my plans. I think it will come in very handy.
> That's about it for now,
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