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[ft-l] Road/trail maps

I am starting to realize you are right about needing two vehicles in order
to hike the FT.

Hiking Dating service, hummmm..... Oh, the possibilities

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> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 5:13 PM
> To: ft-l@mailman.backcountry.net
> Subject: RE: [ft-l] Road/trail maps
> The FTA maps work well for finding the road crossings, if you use
> them in conjunction with the Delorme Florida atlas. Some of the
> road names are a little off, but close enough that you'll find
> the road nonetheless.
> Bill, you're right that the FTA isn't very conducive to
> single-person, single-vehicle hiking. But that's the case with
> all the National Scenic Trails. Best to arrange two people and
> two vehicles to do sections, like Rich and I did on the Big 360,
> hiking from car to car.
> Maybe we need a hiker "dating" service on the FT website to pair
> section hikers together to make their logistics easier? ;-)
> LOL, Sandy
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