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Re: [ft-l] Fox News and Extreme Backpacking?
- Subject: Re: [ft-l] Fox News and Extreme Backpacking?
- Date: Sat, 07 Nov 1998 11:25:10 PST
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How about this one---
when you're trying to break the land-speed record for foot travel, and
not concerned with taking in the scenery while you're "just doing it."
(and you're probably also wearing spandex in day-glo colors)
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>From: "Jeff Walters" <email@example.com>
>Subject: [ft-l] Fox News and Extreme Backpacking?
>Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 10:14:07 -0500
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>Did anyone happen to see Fox News at 10:00 last night?
>They had something on "Extreme Backpacking"<?>
>Of course Travelcountry Outdoors was involved in it as a promotional
>but it was interesting to watch. They made it sound like there is a =
>branch of backpacking known as "extreme" backpacking. Is this so? =
>I've never heard of that one... I've heard of hiking, backpacking, =
>long-distance backpacking, slack-packing, etc.
>After watching this, I figured I would help define what "should" be =
>called "extreme backpacking".
>1. When the trail is under 2 ft of water.
>2. When your pack weight exceeds %50 of your body weight.
>3. When the elevation changes more than 1000 ft in one mile.
>just to get us started...feel free to add to this list.
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