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[pct-l] New CA guidebooks vs old?
- Subject: [pct-l] New CA guidebooks vs old?
- From: christinpruett at hotmail.com (christin pruett)
- Date: Tue Aug 26 15:51:20 2003
So is that yes or no?
>To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>,"christin pruett"
>Subject: Re: [pct-l] New CA guidebooks vs old?
>Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2003 09:11:30 -0700
>Do you NEED them? No!
>Do you NEED any guidebook? No!
>Is it good insurance to have gathered all available current information
>about an area before going there? Yes!
>IMHO, wise is he/she who takes advantage of the experiences of others; the
>more current the better. You avoid making their mistakes that
>way......unless you like the challenge of slowly realizing that the spring
>you passed up this morning was the only water around for 20 miles, except
>for the water cache 100 yards off-trail just ahead that you know nothing
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> Subject: [pct-l] New CA guidebooks vs old?
> Do I need to buy the two new CA guidebooks if I have the previous one
> CA guide? Has the trail been relocated a lot? New water sources in S.
> not mentioned in previous guide? Etc...
> I plan on doing a hike next year so this might be 'jumpining the gun' a
> but the new guides are only $14 each on amazon right now.
> Thanks, Christy
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