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[pct-l] PCT Guide Book - California

Been there, done that. Won't do it again. Going without the guide book is
asking for trouble. Sometimes it is hard enough to find the trail even with
the book. Also tried going with an old version of the guide book. Well, the
trail changed and I was hurridly copying the next section in Mohave. So, get
the current book, pay the $, and be done with it.

Or, keep near someone who has one.

Marshall Karon
Portland, OR
(503) 232-5271
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brick Robbins" <brick@fastpack.com>
To: "Toby Patke" <toby_patke@hotmail.com>; <pct-l@mailman.backcountry.net>
Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 8:10 AM
Subject: Re: [pct-l] PCT Guide Book - California

> At 03:35 AM 4/4/02, Toby Patke wrote:
> >Apologies if this has gone around already, but what is the best way to
> >hike California without the guide book?
> It probably can't be done without extreme difficulty, and lots of time
> lost. It might simply be impossible on a thru hike.
> >Does anyone know where to get a guidebook / want to sell one?
> There are two used ones for sale at amazon.com. One for $20, and one for
> Check the publication dates. If found a couple at half.com but they were
> from the early 80s
> --
> Brick Robbins                       mailto:brick@fastpack.com
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