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[ft-l] anybody home?
Thanks for the kind offer of hospitality. I love to
meet new people, so I'm sure I'll be seeing you in
some fashion come November. To avoid confusion and
duplication (on my part), I'll be posting most of my
questions to the main list, but I may call on you (by
email) for some section specifics. So get ready. I'm
a stickler for detail and will have a blue jillion
--- Doug McCoy <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am the section leader from Lake
> Okeechobee north to the
> beginning of the old Boney Dike section, about 40
> miles. If you have any
> questions about my area just ask away. You are also
> welcome to use our house
> for mail drops or to overnite or set up slackpacks.
> My wife and I had eight
> thruhikers stay overnight last season and always
> enjoy meeting new hiker
> friends. We live in Okeechobee about seven miles
> from the trail, but I cross
> the trail everyday going to work.
> Good Luck,
> Doug McCoy
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sara Baggett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Saturday, August 11, 2001 6:39 PM
> Subject: [ft-l] anybody home?
> >Hi, I'm new to the list. Is there anyone else on
> >It seems rather quiet.
> >I'm considering hiking the FT from Lake O to
> >this winter and have a million questions. I could
> >read the archives, but I'd rather interact.
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