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[cdt-l] New Yahoo Group called CDT Plan



Excuse me for being a spoil sport, butI thought that was what we used 
this list for. If it's information you want, just ask or search through 
the archives.
Count me out. Too many lists equals too much more that I have to deal 
with.

Joel Gilbert

On Thursday, August 7, 2003, at 11:12 AM, John Brennan wrote:

> Hey,
> I set up a Yahoo Group for those of us planning a CDT thru-hike.  It's 
> less
> of an email list and more of a data repository.  If you are ready to 
> join,
> go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cdtplan/.  If you need more 
> convincing,
> read on.
>
> While most of us know YahooGroups as a place that gives us too much 
> email,
> having a group does have other uses. There's a calendar, place for 
> links,
> and a place for files, photos and other data. If people input (and keep
> current) their proposed start dates (and direction of travel), we can 
> look
> through and hook up with others. I'm doing research on having Jonathan 
> Ley's
> CDT maps printed.  I'll keep the info there for future hikers. I have 
> a list
> of sources for (all?) the BLM and Forest Service maps.  That will be 
> in the
> Files section.
>
> What do you want to contribute?  What research do you want to share?  
> What
> are some great links on the Web that CDTer might be interested in?
>
> Convinced?  Got to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cdtplan/ and sign up. 
>  Tell
> other CDT hikers too.
>
> John B./Cupcake
> CDT 2004
>
>
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