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RE: [pct-l] Y2K thru-hike completions

>In my opinion:
>If it is in the registers it is already public information.
>Copying the register onto the web while citing the source
>as the registers would not be offensive to me as I have already
>publicized my name.
>That is one reason I do not sign peak or other registers as I do not want
>it public knowledge which of the exact 350+ peaks I have climbed
>or trails Ihave completed unless I choose to release those details.
>Others freely sign the "public" registers. I put public in quote
>because, clearly, not many of the public go to exam registers
>at Campo or Bear Creek spire or Denali, for example.
>--Rich Calliger
>At 8:28 AM -0800 11/7/00, Ronald Moak wrote:
>>Right now I've got the one of the most complete list of hikers who've
>>the PCT last summer. It's compiled from those who stopped in at Skykomish,
>>the registers at the Canadian and Mexican borders. It contains their start
>>and finish dates. From what I've seen there are a few missing from the
>>People flying under the radar.
>>It does not contain a number of those that dropped out along the way.
>>So far we've got over 90 individuals who started at Campo and arrived at
>>Canadian border.
>>I'm not exactly sure what to do with the list. I'd like to publish it to
>>web, but have concerns about peoples privacy.
>>Any thoughts?
>>Ron "Fallingwater" Moak
>>PCT 2000 - http://www.fallingwater.com/pct2000
>> -----Original Message-----
>>From: Brett Tucker [mailto:blisterfree@surfree.com]
>>Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 7:24 PM
>>To: Pacific Crest Trail
>>Subject: [pct-l] Y2K thru-hike completions
>>Am looking for a listing of thru and section hikers who hiked the trail
>>season, and which would indicate where and when they got off the trail.
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