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[cdt-l] montana/idaho resupply



We resupplied in both Lima and Wisdom. Hitching on the interstate is a
different type of experience, but then so is the CDT. The interstate hitch
took us a bit of time, but the traffic is a lot of tourists (who seem to not
offer rides).
Don't worry about the length of the hitches. There aren't many side roads
for vehicles to take and they travel quite fast compared to walking to town.
The locals along the CDT are amazingly friendly and helpful. The more remote
the location, the more apt they are to give you a ride.
Ken
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christopher Willett" <chwillet@indiana.edu>
To: <cdt-l@mailman.backcountry.net>
Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 2:11 PM
Subject: [cdt-l] montana/idaho resupply


>
> I meant to go to the CDT workshop at the Gathering this weekend, but
> there was a slideshow on the Artic that distracted me.  So, I have
> a couple of resupply questions here.
>
> Between Macks Inn and Leadore, are there any resupply points other than
> Lima? Or, am I stuck with deciding between a long resupply run or a
> hard hitch?
>
> Between Leadore and Anaconda, are there any feasible resupply points
> other than Salmon and Wisdom?  These both seem to be very hard, long
> hitches, which I'd rather avoid.  But, this makes for a very long (220+
> miles) resupply run.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Chris
>
>
> ----------------------
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