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[pct-l] PCT Guidebook Vol I CA - 2nd Edition, 1977
- Subject: [pct-l] PCT Guidebook Vol I CA - 2nd Edition, 1977
- From: email@example.com (Mara Factor)
- Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 08:53:10 -0500
I emailed the seller to ask about the edition and copyright...
Here's what I got:
"This is a second edition ,1977."
Probably not any good for planning but I thought some of you might be
interested in a trip down memory lane.
Ah well, I'm still in the market for guidebooks myself. Wondering if I
should just wait until after my winter travels to plan my hike in the hopes
the new books will be out. Nah!
Anyone here have the latest published Vol. 1 that they no longer want?
>Subject: [pct-l] PCT Guidebook Vol I CA
>Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 13:07:36 EST
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>I saw the hard to find, now defunct, PCT Guidebook Vol I CA on ebay. It's
>single guidebook for all of CA. I think this year they're going to split
>CA book into two. There're no bids yet and it's currently listed for $3.
>auction ends in 2 days. $3 for shipping. Although the description says it
>has smoke damage (it was in a fire!) maybe one of next years hikers may
>to check it out. You're going to tear it up anyway!
>I'm not sure which edition it is, it could be a 1st edition for all I know,
>but you can email the seller and ask. I'm fairly sure, if you need the
>ademdums you can get them from Wilderness Press.
>item 1582198865 (Ends Nov-14-02 06:17:19 PST ) - The Pacific Crest
>Fear not if you can't find a guidebook for next year, it's almost
>to get lost on the PCT, just follow the trail! : )
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